Younger pop stars should take note—a performer has to actually perform.
In so many ways, it was an offensively boring night.
Somehow, the spinoff boasts Breaking Bad's best qualities without feeling like a retread.
The ceremony offers a radically inclusive vision of music; the awards do the opposite.
NBC's new drama has its flaws, but does offer one intriguing twist on an old genre.
Marvel at his style, but don't imitate it.
A halftime vision from pop culture's uncanny valley
The band members are bickering, but who can doubt that they still love each other?
For once, a celebrity says sorry in a way that could make the world a little bit better.
Rihanna's new track "FourFiveSeconds" showcases a pop singer's power.
Just a few months after releasing his first full-length in 13 years, Aphex Twin has put out more new music. Wouldn't it be cool if D'Angelo did that too?
Her ninth album is a gorgeous, scary, and totally moving breakup ballad.
Even an actor who helped break down barriers for gay characters on television can still be grossed out by them.
The band's first album in nearly a decade, No Cities to Love, furiously preaches a message about contentment.
Mike Huckabee and other conservatives keep picking the wrong pop star to demonize.
Whether it's Panda Bear or Beyoncé, there's no need to stress out about not getting the hype.
At the Golden Globes, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler broke with good taste, but with a purpose.
Season 2 gets more unflinching in its depiction of a subculture, but keeps the fully realized characters intact.
A costar defends Bill Cosby with an old, seductive line of thought.
When sexual provocation doesn't work, just deface civil-rights icons.