The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Stephen Henderson of the Detroit Free Press and esteemed ACLU investigative reporter Curt Guyette discuss Detroit’s past, present, and future.
The legendary soul singer shares her thoughts on her new album, “Worthy,” and performs a song from the project.
The four-time Grammy winning rocker discusses his music and photography, which is currently on display in a new exhibit and companion book, both entitled “FLASH.”
The always spirited actress discusses her latest television role in the adventure thriller DIG, which airs Thursdays on the USA Network.
The prolific rapper discusses his hit album, “2014 Forest Hills Drive,” and its coinciding worldwide tour.
The South African soprano discusses her role as Susanna in the upcoming run of The Marriage of Figaro at L.A. Opera.
The reggae musician reflects on the life and legacy of his father, Bob Marley, who would have turned 70 years old this year.
The accomplished actress reflects on her career, and talks about her Academy Award nominated role in Wild.
The Oscar-winning actress discusses her recent film Two Days, One Night.
The popular and hilarious comedian talks about his AOL TV series, That’s Racist with Mike Epps.