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Review: ‘Blues America’ Special

Today, mention black music, and most people think of hip-hop. There was once a time though when it was synonymous with the Blues.

New photograph of blues giant Robert Johnson authenticated

Robert Johnson died August 16, 1938. Eight years ago there were only two known photographs of him. Today, after a long process of authentication, there are three.

Op-Ed: Yes, pop music is too loud and it is all the same, says new study

Sydney - You’re not imagining the musical monoculture. Modern pop has now been subjected to a real study using the Million Song Database, studying music from 1955 to 2010, and the results are unmistakable.

Sixteen NYPD officers arraigned on ticket fixing scandal

Bronx - This past Thursday evening and Friday morning 16 NYPD officers surrendered to prosecutors at the Bronx courthouse to face criminal charges stemming from a ticket fixing scandal. Meanwhile, hundreds of officers staged a rally in support of those arraigned.

Shakespeare's 'Tempest' meant to be a musical, researcher says

Everybody knows William Shakespeare, the great Bard of tragedies, comedies, sonnets, romances and poetry. But was The Tempest a musical?

Billionaire says there is a wealth crisis in the United States

Bethesda - Robert L. Johnson, founder of Black Entertainment Television, is a man who knows full well how hard it is for African Americans to 'make it' in the U.S. He recently said a wealth gap between black and white Americans has become a crisis.

The View From My Window: Thoughts on August 16th

It's a melancholy day that sneaks up on you. August 16th. The day following the Feast of the Assumption. A few days after the annual light show that some call the Tears of St. Lawrence. A day that signals the beginning of the end of the summer.

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