Michelle Obama's podcast will center on relationships. It is the first program to come out of a partnership between Spotify and Higher Ground, Michelle and Barack Obama's production company.
Readers respond to our coverage of the Karen meme, cancel culture, Black playwrights, Beethoven and the movie scores of Ennio Morricone.
They've removed 'Dixie' from their name and are set to release their first album in 14 years, one that might be the best of the Chicks' tumultuous career.
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CBS denied that it refused to hire popular reporter Tammy Dombeck Campbell because of her age. The job went to a 24-year-old former NFL cheerleader.
The Breakfast Club radio program plays music and often features entertainers as guests, and it has emerged as an influential voice in popular culture.
Even though she really misses her college, and wants out of our house, my daughter decided the risks outweigh the benefits and is taking her classes from home.
Michaela Coel, creator, writer, star and co-director of HBO's "I May Destroy You," talks about channeling her personal trauma into the acclaimed HBO series.
Kamasi Washington, Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper and 9th Wonder formed Dinner Party, whose new album offers respite from, and reflects, the chaos surrounding us.
Peacock, a new streaming service from NBCUniversal, has come for your eyeballs. Does it deserve them? Use our handy guide to its launch offerings to find out.