Music

French Muslim quits song show over post-attack tweets

Feb 9, 2018

A French Muslim woman has quit a TV singing competition amid criticism of comments she posted on Facebook after Islamic extremists attacks in 2016

Sparkles, fake fur, and an '80s LA vibe at Tom Ford

Feb 9, 2018

Tom Ford presented a fanciful ode to his current hometown, Los Angeles, with a lighthearted show heavy on bold color, bright prints, colorful fake fur, and lots of sparkles

'Kryptonite' guitarist's family says doctor fed opioid habit

Feb 9, 2018

The family of a longtime guitarist for the rock group 3 Doors Down, who died of a drug overdose, says in a lawsuit that an Alabama doctor caused him to become addicted to opioids

Turmoil embroils US Latino group amid leader's Trump backing

Feb 8, 2018

The oldest Latino civil rights organization in the U.S. is facing turmoil over its leader's initial support for President Donald Trump's immigration plan and it comes amid evolving membership that includes politically active immigrant students

NYC's Brooklyn Academy of Music names new artistic director

Feb 8, 2018

The Brooklyn Academy of Music has named a Broadway producer as the art complex's new artistic director

Drake visits Miami homeless shelter for women, kids

Feb 8, 2018

Drake made a surprise stop at a Florida homeless shelter for women and children, bringing a $50,000 check and toys and game for the kids

Opera of Rudolfo Anaya's 'Bless Me, Ultima' set to premiere

Feb 7, 2018

The anticipated opera adaptation of Rudolfo Anaya's famed novel "Bless Me, Ultima," one of the most recognizable works of Mexican-American Literature, is set to premiere

Queen Latifah, Anita Hill to speak at Rutgers ceremonies

Feb 7, 2018

Queen Latifah and Anita Hill will give the commencement speeches at two Rutgers University campuses this year

Distinct style of Korean pop to echo in Olympic spotlight

Feb 6, 2018

The clothes, the hair, the confidence: Korean pop music is ready for its Olympic close-up

Female songwriters in Nashville say "Time's Up"

Feb 6, 2018

The Song Suffragettes, a collective of female songwriters in Nashville, have long been advocates for equal access on country radio and now they are singing "Time's Up."

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