Stephen King whisks readers back to 1963 in a piece of time-traveling historical fiction that asks: What if JFK had survived?
Were Louis Armstrong's later years his worst – or his best?
The culture of 'I' is everywhere you look, from the iPod/iPhone/iPad to the fact that memoir is the fastest growing literary genre. When we base our thinking and behavior almost exclusively on personal experience, we lose the ability to consider other views. The result? Debt impasse.
What can there possibly be that we don't already know about the Beatles? Read this book to find out.
The 30 years that have passed since John Lennon's death have done little to diminish him as one of the most respected musicians of the 20th century. As a member of one of the most successful and influential songwriting teams of all time, he changed the face of popular music. Lennon was a mad experimenter, a avant-garde visionary who not only responded to the tenor of his day, but set it. He was also a master of wide appeal, able to temper his unorthodox impulses with approachability. Many of his innovations are now essential components of pop music. Here are six of his most influential songs:
'American Idol' returns just one original judge next season. The search for replacements has media watchers wondering if the show can survive.
Jay Leno's new show debuts tonight and features a Washington-based political correspondent.
Media fragmentation – and a public that's seen it all – makes it harder for today's artists to achieve global superstardom.