Chart-watchers noticed in late May when music-business bible Billboard took four extra days to make their album chart, the Billboard 200, official for the week. The smart money was that Billboard was refereeing a fight between the two acts battling for that week’s No.
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For the last decade or so, American cinema has exhibited a paradox: Though Hollywood has become more and more liberal, especially on issues of race and gender, Hollywood blockbusters have become more conservative—not just by recycling old plot points, as Star Wars has done, but also, in the case o
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Artists should own their masters. Executives come and go, the tracks they’re in custody of are forever.
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This is the first year I forgot how old I was. Like really forgot and had to do the math, several times, as recently as yesterday morning. I’m not saying I’m old. That would be a lame joke. It’s just…
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Supporters of center-right Democrats like Cory Booker and Kamala Harris have a response to left progressives who criticize their candidates for cozying up to Wall Street banks and trying to execute innocent men: stop with the purity tests! The term is ev
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Like every year that ends in “9,” 2019 is a special time when critics everywhere get together and decide to evaluate an entire decade. For music critics, that means ranking the best albums of the 2010s. You’re going to be seeing a lot of these lists in the months ahead.
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“Scarface is dead,” said Brad Jordan.
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