The semi-finals are fraught with drama, weird musical mashups and half-naked dancers. Just your typical night on DWTS
On the album’s silver anniversary, Lee documents the blood, sweat and art that went into this platinum touchstone from the King of Pop
Lindsay proves once again that just because you’re a star doesn’t mean the rest of us were born yesterday
A quarter-century to the day after its release, Lee lays out the soul and the science behind the King of Pop’s followup to ‘Thriller’
As the 25th anniversary of the album approaches, we take a look at the creation and legacy of a record-setting release
Filmmaker Spike Lee has become synonymous with New York, particularly his home borough of Brooklyn. Lee’s storytelling, while sometimes controversial, never fails to be thought provoking. Red Hook Summer, his new film about the …
Hokey but heartfelt, this remake of the old musical preaches that teens can dance their way out of the Recession
Thirty years ago, MTV began to beam a budding art form — the music video — into homes across the U.S. TIME takes a look back at the most memorable clips from three decades’ worth of music television
TIME presents the classic recordings that brought fame and fortune to musicians—after they were gone.
My Tuned In column in the print TIME this week is, unsurprisingly, about the media welter around Michael Jackson. It is, to be honest, basically an amalgamation of my two posts earlier this week about the news coverage of his death and about the memorial ceremony (which, among other things, responded to his media treatment), so if …
The coverage of Michael Jackson’s memorial began early on cable news this morning, with nonstop helicopter video footage from a “private” ceremony for Jackson’s family, while commentators vamped for time and guessed at what was going on behind closed doors.
It was symbolically fitting: Jackson, after all, spent most of his life in the …
From enlisting Eddie Van Halen for a guitar solo to borrowing the refrain “Mama-se, mama-sa, mama-coo-sa” from a Cameroonian
saxophonist, Michael Jackson’s very best songs drew from influences far and wide.