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Feb 22Jackie Shane, Transgender Pioneer of 1960s Soul Music, Dies at 78
Feb 22Film Review: ‘2019 Oscar Nominated Short Films: Live Action’
Feb 22R. Kelly Charged With 10 Counts of Sexual Abuse in Chicago
Feb 22It’ll Take a ‘Village’ to Salute the Kinks at Tribute Show Saturday
Feb 22How the ‘Rich Eisen Show’ Mixes Sports and Showbiz in an Entertaining Mix
Feb 22Bioware Maps Out The Next Three Months of ‘Anthem’ following Launch
Feb 22TV Review: ‘Whiskey Cavalier’
Feb 22R. Kelly Turns Himself in to Chicago Police
Feb 22Film News Roundup: ‘The Favourite’ Director Yorgos Lanthimos Boards Crime Drama
Feb 22Comedian Brody Stevens Dies at 48
Feb 22Malik Yoba to Reprise Role in ‘New York Undercover’ Reboot at ABC
Feb 22Fred Foster, Nashville Champion of Talent, Is Dead at 87
Feb 22Ethel Ennis, Singer Who Walked Away From Fame, Is Dead at 86
Feb 22Album Review: Gary Clark Jr.’s ‘This Land’
Feb 22R. Kelly Is Accused of Sexual Misconduct by Two More Women
Feb 22A Sprawling Blueprint For Protest Music, Courtesy Of The Jazz Duke
Feb 22Dominick Argento, Literature-Loving And Pulitzer Prize-Winning Composer, Dead At 91
Feb 22R. Kelly Under Arrest On 10 Charges Of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse In Illinois
Feb 22Ken Nordine, Surreal Poet With a Jazz Beat, Is Dead at 98
Feb 22That Decisive Moment: A New Opera Season: The Week in Classical Music
Feb 22Peter Tork, Court Jester of the Monkees, Is Dead at 77
Feb 22A Top Soprano Brings Some Zulu to the Met Opera. And It Clicks.
Feb 22Morgan Wallen’s Mullet: Don’t Knock It ‘Til You Rock It
Feb 22Playlist: The Playlist: Offset Repents, and 13 More New Songs
Feb 22Jimmie Allen and Abby Anderson Channel Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga
Feb 22Bill Frisell And Thomas Morgan Finesse The Iconic Theme 'You Only Live Twice'
Feb 22Breaking Up With One Show to Take Another to Broadway
Feb 22Venezuela Crisis Prompts Plans for Dueling Concerts on Border
Feb 22The Week in Arts: A Renaissance Gem, Isabelle Huppert, Uta Hagen
Feb 22Rolling Stones Book Zac Brown Band, Miranda Lambert’s Man Can Dance, New Music
Feb 22Cherie Oakley Works to Empower Others
Feb 22What to See in New York City This Spring
Feb 22New Music Friday: Our Top 8 Albums Out Feb. 22
Feb 21Peter Tork Of The Monkees Dies At 77
Feb 21'I Want Justice': R. Kelly Accused Of Sexual Misconduct By 2 More Women
Feb 21Dolly Parton Reflects on 9 to 5 in the #MeToo Era
Feb 217 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Feb 2114 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Feb 21Star Flutist Settles Pay Equity Suit Against Boston Symphony
Feb 21Jason Aldean Looks Back on Bro-Country’s Pros and Cons
Feb 21Why Jimmie Allen Keeps His Lyrics Curse Free
Feb 21A Journey Through The Music Of The Oscar-Nominated Film 'Roma'
Feb 21Reba McEntire Keeps the Conversation Going
Feb 21Kenny White On Mountain Stage
Feb 21Luke Combs Celebrates “She Got the Best of Me” in Nashville
Feb 21Fred Foster, Founder of Monument Records and Combine Music, Dead at 87
Feb 21Gary Clark Jr. Shows Impressive Musical Range On 'This Land'
Feb 21Top Flutist Settles Gender Pay-Gap Suit With Boston Symphony Orchestra
Feb 21Sammy Davis Jr.’s Knotty Journey, on Film and in Song
Feb 21Webster Hall Is Returning With Its Old Grit (and New Bathrooms)
Feb 21How Pianist Kris Bowers Found His Inner Virtuoso For Oscar-Nominated 'Green Book'
Feb 21First Listen: Della Mae, 'The Butcher Shoppe'
Feb 21First Listen: Ryuichi Sakamoto, 'BTTB (20th Anniversary Edition)'
Feb 21First Listen: Hand Habits, 'Placeholder'
Feb 21Times Insider: How Two Times Reporters Pieced Together Allegations Against Ryan Adams
Feb 20Bibi Ferreira, Grande Dame of Brazilian Stage, Dies at 96
Feb 20U Tin, Burmese Slide Guitar Master, Dies at 87
Feb 20How a Movie Helped Fuel a Viola da Gamba Revival
Feb 20Critic’s Pick: Gary Clark Jr. Finds a 21st-Century Blues Spirit on ‘This Land’
Feb 20He Sounds Just Like Freddie Mercury. And That’s Good for Business.
Feb 20The Met Opera’s New Season: What Our Critics Want to See
Feb 20Trying to Stop Brexit, Using Catchy Songs and Washboard Abs
Feb 20Calling K-Pop Stars ‘Identical,’ South Korea Tries to Limit Their Influence
Feb 20Chaka Khan on Artistic Freedom, Her Side Hustles and Joni Mitchell
Feb 19Guy Webster, Master of the Album Cover Photograph, Dies at 79
Feb 19Review: A Road Test for Concertgebouw and Daniel Harding
Feb 19What I Love: She Loves Her Stuff. He Has Little and Cares Less.
Feb 18Lisa Borders, CEO of Time’s Up Anti-Harassment Group, Resigns
Feb 18Ariana Grande Has Another, Even Bigger No. 1 Album With ‘Thank U, Next’
Feb 18Kacey Musgraves on Celebrating Her Grammys With Mick Jagger and a Chicken Sandwich

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Jackie Shane, Transgender Pioneer of 1960s Soul Music, Dies at 78
Ms. Shane grew up black and transgender in the Jim Crow South, became a star in Canada, then left the stage, returning in 2017 with a Grammy-nominated album.
Film Review: ‘2019 Oscar Nominated Short Films: Live Action’
The Academy skewed dark in its choice of live-action shorts this year, selecting four films to slit your wrists by — each one featuring child endangerment in a different form — and a fifth, about a diabetic on her death bed, that finds a glimmer of uplift at the other end of life. If that […]
R. Kelly Charged With 10 Counts of Sexual Abuse in Chicago
The R&B singer was charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving four victims, three of whom were underage. His attorney said “there’s no merit to any of this.”
It’ll Take a ‘Village’ to Salute the Kinks at Tribute Show Saturday
The Kinks’ classic 1968 album “The Village Green Preservation Society” has always needed some fervent champions to keep its reputation alive, or even to keep it in print, in the 50 years since it first came out and proved to be a massive flop. You could give a name to the fervent cult that’s made […]
How the ‘Rich Eisen Show’ Mixes Sports and Showbiz in an Entertaining Mix
Walking through the El Segundo studio where veteran sportscaster Rich Eisen tapes his daily “Rich Eisen Show,” the sheer density of sports memorabilia is overwhelming — everything from game balls to jerseys, gear, autographs and uncountable photos are crammed onto every inch of wall and desk space. But step into Eisen’s dressing room, and the […]
Bioware Maps Out The Next Three Months of ‘Anthem’ following Launch
BioWare has detailed the next 90 days of content updates and events scheduled to be introduced to the recently launched “Anthem”. The roadmap is broken down by months, starting with the February launch of “Anthem” which will see the addition of three freeplay events – Outlaw Outrage, There be Giants, and Shaper Surge. In March, […]
TV Review: ‘Whiskey Cavalier’
The crux of “Whiskey Cavalier” can be found right in its protagonist’s name. “Will Chase” is a purposefully ridiculous wink of a name that tries to be both debonair and very silly all at once, just like the FBI agent (played by Scott Foley) to which it belongs. This isn’t a regular spy drama, “Whiskey […]
R. Kelly Turns Himself in to Chicago Police
R. Kelly, who was indicted Friday afternoon on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving four victims, turned himself in to a Chicago police station on Friday night. He is set to appear for a bond hearing on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/7k9VvbTPjg — Megan Crepeau (@crepeau) February 23, 2019 The incidents — in which three of […]
Film News Roundup: ‘The Favourite’ Director Yorgos Lanthimos Boards Crime Drama
In today’s film news roundup, Yorgos Lanthimos has set up a crime drama, “Here Lies Daniel Tate” is being adapted, and Donna Langley becomes a member of the USC film school board. DIRECTOR HIRED “The Favourite” producer-director Yorgos Lanthimos has signed on to write and direct crime drama “Pop. 1280,” an adaptation of Jim Thompson’s […]
Comedian Brody Stevens Dies at 48
Prominent Los Angeles comedian Brody Stevens died Friday in Los Angeles, Variety has confirmed. He was 48. “Brody was an inspiring voice who was a friend to many in the comedy community,” Stevens’ reps said in a statement. “He pushed creative boundaries and his passion for his work and his love of baseball were contagious. […]
Malik Yoba to Reprise Role in ‘New York Undercover’ Reboot at ABC
Malik Yoba, who starred as Detective J.C. Williams in the 90s show “New York Undercover,” is set to reprise the role in the ABC reboot, sources tell Variety. Picking up 20 years after the end of the original series, “New York Undercover” will follow detectives Nat Gilmore and Melissa Ortiz as they investigate the city’s […]
Fred Foster, Nashville Champion of Talent, Is Dead at 87
As a producer, a music publisher and the founder of Monument Records, he nurtured the early careers of Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton and Kris Kristofferson.
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