For the last twenty years, the award for Album of the Year, the biggest Grammy honor of them all, has tended to go to two types of people: young women and old men. Female solo artists under 30 (Lauryn Hill, Taylor Swift) and male veterans over 40 (Tony Bennett, U2) have dominated the category for tw ... More >>
When you go see a movie at a Saturday half-price matinee, should it count toward that weekend's box office? You paid less than the guy who saw the movie Friday night. Does that mean your viewing shouldn't count?
What about if you see an old movie at a revival house: Should that count toward the box ... More >>
Last night, country music's biggest stars (not to mention welcome outsiders like Lionel Richie and Kenny Loggins, who joined Male Vocalist of the Year Blake Shelton for a performance of "Footloose") convened in Nashville for the CMA's annual awards show. By the time hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Un ... More >>
Gwyneth Paltrow's voice and stage presence have come a long way since Duets in 2000. Sure, it was a movie about karaoke, but her creepy, um, duet with her film-father Huey Lewis was a little bit hard to watch and not just because they were singing about one night stands. Last night, Paltrow redeeme ... More >>
Steve Martin headlines Carnegie Hall tonight, but he won't be stepping onstage with a fake arrow through his head. That sort of behavior is best left in the past, an era that "if you're under 30, you never even had a chance to see," Martin says on a teleconference call from Los Angeles. However, t ... More >>