Whether owned by athlete or actor, writer or rapper, plenty of celebrity-backed and ...
Ok, so I'm an L.A. native, which makes me an anomaly in a city known for its nomadic tendencies. But it does qualify me as an observer of what comes and goes in this town that thinks of itself as a trendsetter.
I sure feel sorry for the future generations who have missed out on that pure, guileless era of unexplained and possibly pre-apocalyptic bird deaths. They'll never have it as good as we once did.
Any diligent consumer of pop culture knows it: Celebrities love coffee. The addiction has been well-documented in the various gossip rags -- just i...
Wanda Jackson and Darlene Love are game-changers that allowed fans to reckon the authorship of the rock and roll genre with new clarity.
Would people stop reading or watching television news if John McCain's threat to beat up Glen Beck was a private matter, rather than appearing in a headline?
Three years ago, the Associated Press had written Britney Spears' obituary. Just in case. Spears was 26 and seemingly mid-freefall in an epic tumb...
The Princess of Pop needs to remind her minders that she's the one wearing the crown! Britney Spears went on a P.R. bonanza this week, promoting her new album, "Femme Fatale."
There's a war being fought for your music player this week. Divas are looking for mainstream redemption, rappers are searching for street cred and a Texan trio wants to break out of the Lone Star State. Play on, brothers and sisters.
Today, Gerry Beckley tells the story behind his new album, Unfortunate Casino.
Dear bloggers: they tell you that success on the Internet is all about grabbing eyeballs, but nobody tells you how to get those eyeballs.
Things have changed in many ways, but few things as dramatically or as insidiously as the manner in which we receive and process information. This is particularly true of the media.
A close look at Sony music shows a label bloodline filled with more industry queens, princesses, and duchesses than any other, and a proven half-century of lady-centric executive leadership.