The 2009 season of Bravo's "Top Chef," famous for the competing Voltaggio brothers Michael and Bryan, was the first show to break the string of Emmy Award wins for “The Amazing Race" (CBS) in the…
Bobby Flay will tell you the first thing he thinks about each day is food. Once he steps away from the kitchen, though, his attention often turns toward horses, specifically thoroughbreds. Think…
Bobby Flay will be the first chef to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. No other food-focused television personality or Hollywood restaurateur has landed the honor, not Julia Child or the…
Bobby Flay has three series returning to the Food Network schedule this summer, and a new series, "Bobby Flay Fit," starting in January. This fall will also see the arrival of his 13th cookbook…
For more than a decade, Dr. Ira Padnos has been taking those old records off the shelf and making them come to life.
A sprawling multimedia interpretation of a 400-year-old play that both suffers and stimulates.
Racial identity is at the heart of Brenden Jacobs-Jenkins' combative and audacious "Neighbors."
New Orleans trumpeter Kermit Ruffins will release his next album, "Happy Talk," a collection of midtempo numbers and ballads, in October, just as the second season of HBO's "Treme" begins shooting…
Summertime has become the make-or-break time slot for bands who toil in the indie rock arena.
Tuner plays better in the Pantages Theater than Mel Brooks' first legit smash, "The Producers."
Over the last decade Nigerian Afrobeat disciple Femi Kuti has delivered punchy and inventive performances in Los Angeles, several of them at the Hollywood Bowl where he has found a welcoming home.