The man behind the anti-lynching anthem "Strange Fruit" was a white, Jewish, Communist named Abel Meeropol.
Rossini's "lost opera," Aureliano in Palmira is making a comeback with a new production. The opera's history involves antiquity, archeology, and Bugs Bunny.
Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" would not have surprised Plato.
The annual Eurovision contest often serves as a stage on which political tensions play out.
If Eddie Redmayne wins an Oscar for The Danish Girl, he will be the most recent in a string of cisgender actors lauded for portraying a transgender figure.
"Here I am again, Scully, up late pursuing this obsession with ESP." "It's a fraud, Mulder."
David Bowie died January 10th, two days after his 69th birthday and the release of his album Blackstar.
Meet me In St. Louis was the first film to blur the lines between a drama and a musical.
Delve into the art and culture of Fox’s “Empire” through the monumental portrait paintings of Kehinde Wiley.
Seinfeld's George Costanza holds a strange place in culture. He's loved, but unlovable. At the heart of that contradiction is his status as folk hero.