Sunday was a big day in Paris, and not just for Fashion Week. The launch of the Electric Car. A nippier way to get around Paris without polluting the ...
Kanye West, you are a musical and lyrical genius. Kanye, you are a beacon of hope and light in the music industry as well as a man of great style and substance. But this path you have chosen as a burgeoning fashion designer must come to a full-stop.
Despite some rumors flying through the Twitter-verse last week, Radiohead didn't actually play "Occupy Wall Street." That's a shame because there are a few folks on Wall Street for whom "Creep" really ought to be their theme song.
Gone are many of the stuffy venues and classical lines. The traditional couturiers seem to have thrown out the rule book and tried to show off their innovative streak.
From his new book One Day It Will All Make Sense to his reaction to all the bad press around his White House invite, the "influencer" candidly spoke to me about his spin on things.
My father told me not to be a journalist. He told me I'd work long hours, never make any money and experience hopelessness in general. And he was co...
I was riding on a wave of pride -- in the rappers' boldness and the content of their message -- when I came to a disappointing halt in my enjoyment of the track. What started out as valiant social commentary has declined into a drab, somewhat sulky exaltation of "the new black elite."
Classic rookie festival-goer mistake is to leave midway through one band's set to go check out another band that is playing at the same time. Here's my advice on how to solve these conflicts.
Big Sean's uptempo track "Marvin and Chardonnay" has been screaming for a music video to accompany it since Sean's debut solo album Finally Famous first dropped.
Lyrics tell us something about how rappers view the church, Christians, God and society. But they also should cause us to ask if there is something more we can do to reach out to the hopeless and frustrated.
These are disastrous times for millions of people, and our zero-sum money system can only enrich the few by bringing pain to the many. Can we build an economic policy out of our shared crisis and find a common purpose in its solution?
These are strange times -- on Wall Street and off. One minute you're up, the next you're feeling Standard & Poor's. Here are some songs to help us all through life's highs and lows -- and keep us all out of the emotional abyss.
In the past, Los Angeles, New York, and Nashville have been considered the biggest music cities in the nation, and for good reason. However, Austin is...
It's tough to crack down on an album that's guaranteed from its conception to get vast amounts of unmitigated praise and hype, but this time the self-proclaimed royalty is just getting lazy.
Next month will mark the 15th year of Perry Farrell's brain-child, Lollapalooza (not counting the cancelled tour of 2004). It's a great festival with ...
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter-producer Van Hunt makes his return this week with the online premiere of "June," his first new music in more than three years. "June" heralds the release of Hunt's new album, what were you hoping for?