Rock star and entrepreneur Jack White hopes his back-to-the-future approach to producing music will generate more creative, inspired recordings.
Free-market economics tells the value of things, despite politicians' efforts to tip the scales.
John Mellencamp says that the Internet blew up his "Cherry Bomb," along with the rest of rock 'n' roll.
The best true-crime books shine a light on the past, exposing struggles for justice throughout the ages.
Lunar eclipse will arrive Saturday morning over most of the US. Here's the best times to spot this partial eclipse.
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U.S. Open: Both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson struggled through the first round at Pebble Beach.
Tony Awards: "Welcome to the Tonys," said host Sean Hayes when it began — "the World Cup of show tunes."
The graduation rate was 68.8 percent in 2007, according to a new study. But the report also identifies 21 big-city 'overachievers' that posted higher-than-expected graduation rates.
Broadway musicals that ground themselves in the songbook of a famous pop artist are energizing the Great White Way.