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.
On the occaision of Frank Sinatra's centennial, we look into his radical past.
The New Wave band Devo mocked the music industry from within.
Relapse Records recently reissued Neurosis' famous "Times of Grace," and the album is a sadomasochistic symphony.
There are things about Miles Davis we never discuss. Maybe it's time we did.
From the start, sex played a strong role in marketing games to teenagers.
Hamilton, the Lin-Manuel Miranda play, is taking Broadway by storm. Its use of a "race-blind" cast has been unprecedented in modern theater.
We go into the world of cosplay, where men and women dress up and role-play as their favorite fictional characters.