Despite heavy-handed censorship in mainland China, Lady Gaga got away with metaphorical murder (of vaginas?) in Hong Kong.
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Girls is a show about a bunch of people you probably know, doing stuff and having relationships very similar to the things you do and the people you sleep with.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International, a four-disc set of Bob Dylan covers is being released. Here are the best ones.
Baltimore-based indie dream pop due Beach House gears up for their new album Bloom to hit shelves in May.
With clashes over the show seemingly in the past, Mad Men seems to be out of the woods.
Their music is categorized as “rock,” but part of the band’s exciting and elusive appeal to Generation Y is the difficulty of defining band’s genre and style.
Sesame Street, the Muppets and now the Lorax? What gives, Fox? Why do you hate kids entertainment?
This isn’t a pre-teen phenomenon. It’s a dark series – one that is set in a post-apocalyptic world and rooted in themes that run deeper than good vs. evil (Sorry Harry P. and friends! But you know what I mean).
The most interesting responses to the Limbaugh controversy involves musicians such as Rush (the band) and Peter Gabriel.
The hit show “2 Broke Girls” utilizes racism to amp up its comedic effect, but is it crossing the line and is racism on most TV comedies doing the same?