A catchy title for an alternative history of American popular music.
The pop star left $500 million in debt and plenty of assets, but his posthumous branding could ultimately determine his legacy.
Media fragmentation – and a public that's seen it all – makes it harder for today's artists to achieve global superstardom.
The story of two blues-crazed teens who became one of the best songwriting teams of the 20th century.
Nostalgia for a musical prodigy seemed to trump the pop star's dark side, as albums sold out and fans swamped social media with tributes.
Pomp and circumstance is so 1901. Here's a better song list.
Israel's image abroad is a bit tattered. Can Eurovision come to the rescue?
The four founders of the file-sharing website say they will appeal the jail sentence and fines. The site remains active.
The Monitor's language columnist looks at a term with a sensitive history in East-West relations.
In the age of the cellphone, the beloved kiosks find new significance as a cultural icon.