I have been considering what to write about for my very first blog entry for The Huffington Post, going about my days waiting for a moment of ins...
Not since Beyonce donned a metal tutu and launched into "If I were A Boy" and an Alanis Morrisette cover in her 2010 Grammys performance have we looked forward to an act this much.
So which artists emerged in a huge way in 2011 and reached the top echelon of success? I focused on 10 that were standouts this year. Regardless of wh...
It may be a bold statement, but I doubt there has ever been a producer to cross over from the electronic realm to the world of pop as smoothly and as successfully as David Guetta.
I've got a proud confession to make: I'm a pop music junkie. Drizzy Drake, Britney, Adele, Nicki, Ke$ha, you name it. I love it. But I've got to admit...
Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj exhibit an amplified version of something across the Millennial generation at large: the ongoing riffing and remixing of identity, the shape-shifting of self and "version" of oneself... a phenomenon MTV has coined "Try-Dentity."
We as women and girls can't just demand more interesting and engaging female characters. We have waited too long already. We have to write the books and -- if necessary -- publish them ourselves.
Summertime in Brooklyn should be a carefree time, a time for rest and relaxation with family and friends. Tragically, it has become a season of bloodshed for too many of our young people.
ABC-7 anchorman Ravi Baichwal called Collins Academy one of the city's "exceptional public schools." But having an anchorman declare it one of the city's "exceptional public schools" does not make it so.
There is so little agreement in America right now, but this playlist is dedicated to the thought that we should all agree to be respectful and thankful to our service people. I wholeheartedly salute our troops tonight. Thank you for your extraordinary service.
Make no mistake: Thanksgiving is over, and the musical bones have been scraped clean. Here's what awaits you in the digital dustbin:
Outside of the awesome Eminem and Mary J. Blige, the room at the Video Music Awards seemed all style and no substance.