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Apr 2‘Tales From the Loop’: TV Review
Apr 2Writers Guild, AMPTP Making Little Progress Toward Starting Talks
Apr 2Directors Guild Foundation Launches Coronavirus Emergency Relief Fund
Apr 2‘Mrs. America’ Starring Cate Blanchett as Phyllis Schlafly: TV Review
Apr 2TV News Roundup: Quibi Releases Trailer for Nicole Richie’s ‘Nikki Fre$h’
Apr 2USC Buys $8.6 Million Santa Monica House to Use as Presidential Residence
Apr 2Disney to Furlough Some Employees Starting April 19
Apr 2Why LeVar Burton Is Launching a Live-Streaming Reading Series on Twitter: ‘I’m a Storyteller’
Apr 2Tekashi 6ix9ine Gets Early Release From Prison Due to Coronavirus Vulnerability
Apr 2Remembering Adam Schlesinger, a Friend and Fellow Songwriter Who ‘Wanted Everyone to Win’
Apr 2Chicago Rapper G Herbo Pivots To Vulnerability — And Scores A Hit
Apr 2Cristina Monet Zilkha, Singer Who Fused Punk's Sneer To Disco's Bounce, Dead At 61
Apr 2Bucky Pizzarelli, Jazz Guitarist And Prolific Session Musician, Dead At 94
Apr 2A Spring Roundup Of Music From New Release Season In Nashville
Apr 2Ellis Marsalis: Pianist, Teacher And New Orleans Jazz Patriarch
Apr 2Tiny Tech Tips: Recording Your Tiny Desk Contest Entry At Home
Apr 2Phish Surprises Fans With New Album, 'Sigma Oasis'
Apr 2Ruston Kelly On Reading Ralph Waldo Emerson During The Pandemic
Apr 2New CMT GIANTS Will Honor Kenny Rogers on April 8
Apr 2The 19-Song Set List from Garth & Trisha Live
Apr 2The 2020 Vol Jam Line Up Is Here and It Is Everything
Apr 2Russell Moore And IIIrd Tyme Out On Mountain Stage
Apr 2Remembering Adam Schlesinger, One Of Pop's Great Collaborators
Apr 2They Were Roommates: Meet The Band Writing Songs From Its Quarantined Apartment
Apr 1Ellis Marsalis, Patriarch Of New Orleans' Most Famous Musical Family, Has Died
Apr 1Like Annie, Jennifer Nettles Looks to “Tomorrow”
Apr 1Fountains Of Wayne's Adam Schlesinger Dies At 52 After Contracting COVID-19
Apr 1Caribou On 'Suddenly' And The Inspirational Beauty Of Glenn Copeland
Apr 1Blake Shelton Will Not Back Down from a Challenge
Apr 1U.K. Family's Lockdown-Themed Rendition Of 'Les Mis' Is A Delight
Apr 1Tenille Townes Gets Six Friends to Virtually Cover “Lean On Me”
Apr 1Thomas Rhett Shares a Message From His Heart in “Be a Light”
Mar 31Clay Walker: A Few Questions About His Biggest Hits, New Music
Mar 31Country Songs Have Been Fooling Us From the Start
Mar 31EXCLUSIVE: Jake Hoot Puts Country Muscle into “Tennessee Strong”

One Dance (ft. Wizkid & Kyla) - one of the best Drake songs, top songs list [#93]

‘Tales From the Loop’: TV Review
Based on the work of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag but transplanted to the American heartland, “Tales From the Loop” places in counterpoint the endless sweep of midwest prairie and the machinations of unimaginable technology. It’s a show that is fascinating to look at — with episodes directed by top-flight talent including Mark Romanek, Andrew Stanton, […]
Writers Guild, AMPTP Making Little Progress Toward Starting Talks
The WGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers have made little progress towards starting contract negotiations with both sides far apart on setting up a framework for the talks. The coronavirus has upended the business climate for contract talks for the WGA as well as SAG-AFTRA and many industry insiders believe the WGA […]
Directors Guild Foundation Launches Coronavirus Emergency Relief Fund
Trustees of the Directors Guild Foundation have created the DGF COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund to aid members facing financial crisis. The fund will support members of the Directors Guild of America affected by the shutdowns with $1,000 financial relief grants. They will exist alongside the foundation’s longstanding, interest-free loan program that offers aid to members […]
‘Mrs. America’ Starring Cate Blanchett as Phyllis Schlafly: TV Review
Watching even a minute of “Mrs. America” makes it obvious which network it belongs to. It follows, to the letter, in the grand tradition of FX dramas that have long cultivated a brand of meticulous precision and prestige. From its stacked cast, to its impressive production design and array of wigs, to casting Sarah Paulson […]
TV News Roundup: Quibi Releases Trailer for Nicole Richie’s ‘Nikki Fre$h’
In today’s TV news roundup, Quibi released the official trailer for “Nikki Fre$h” and Leslie Jordan has been cast as a series regular on “Call Me Kat.” CASTING Leslie Jordan has joined the cast of “Call Me Kat” as a series regular. Jordan will play Phil, who works for Kat (Mayim Bialik) and bakes all […]
USC Buys $8.6 Million Santa Monica House to Use as Presidential Residence
Last July, former UNC-Chapel Hill chancellor Carol L. Folt formally took office at USC, becoming the university’s first female president in its 139-year history. Rick Caruso, chairman of USC’s Board of Trustees, heralded Folt’s appointment as “the beginning of an inspiring new era for the University of Southern California,” underscoring the strategic choice of president […]
Disney to Furlough Some Employees Starting April 19
The Walt Disney Co. will start the process of putting some employees on furlough status as of April 19 given that there is “no clear indication” when its theme parks and related businesses will be able to reopen because of the coronavirus pandemic. Disney said in a statement that furloughed employees will still retain their […]
Why LeVar Burton Is Launching a Live-Streaming Reading Series on Twitter: ‘I’m a Storyteller’
LeVar Burton, known to many Americans as the longtime host of PBS’s “Reading Rainbow,” wants to spread the love during the coronavirus crisis with a new story-reading series he’s launching on Twitter — for kids and adults. Burton says he plans to host three “LeVar Burton Reads” sessions a week on Twitter (at @levarburton): Mondays […]
Tekashi 6ix9ine Gets Early Release From Prison Due to Coronavirus Vulnerability
Rapper Daniel “Tekashi 6ix9ine” Hernandez will be released from prison immediately over concerns for his health amidst the coronavirus pandemic, according to court documents obtained by Page Six. Hernandez was sentenced in December to two years in prison and set for an early release on July 31. However, due to growing worry about the impact […]
Remembering Adam Schlesinger, a Friend and Fellow Songwriter Who ‘Wanted Everyone to Win’
I first met Adam 14 years ago outside the Juice Bar in Nantucket. I quickly introduced myself because my awkward gawking would’ve made any ordinary person uncomfortable. I’d been a fan for years. Like most songwriters, I was completely in awe of his power pop songbook. From “That Thing You Do” and “Stacy’s Mom” to […]
Chicago Rapper G Herbo Pivots To Vulnerability — And Scores A Hit
G Herbo came up in Chicago's drill scene — a style of music praised for its lack of affect and criticized for its portrayal of violence. But on his new album PTSD, he drops the mask and cries.
Cristina Monet Zilkha, Singer Who Fused Punk's Sneer To Disco's Bounce, Dead At 61
The singer, known for songs like "Things Fall Apart" and "Is That All There Is," died on Wednesday.
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