Pioneering songwriting and producing duo reflect on their introduction to music, how they became partners and on their vast catalogue.
Legendary singing and songwriting duo tell the stories of how they met and the first time they pitched to Motown record producer Berry Gordy and comment on why people respond to their songs.
The Fairness Doctrine has been a controversial policy, and blogger Tamika Thompson addresses the debate on whether the American media landscape has suffered from its elimination.
The four-time Grammy-winner discusses his new album, “Black and White America,” and explains why he feels this project is the best work he’s ever done.
With kids spending exorbitant amounts of time online, there are concerns about how images may affect them.
Award-winning writer-director discusses his latest film, sci-fi thriller and box office hit Super 8, and explains why he deliberately wanted to keep people in the dark about the film’s plot.
Pulitzer Prize nominee describes the extensive research she conducted for her latest play, Let Me Down Easy, which is about healthcare and included interviews with more than 300 people.
Legendary opera singer and five-time Grammy winner, who opens the L.A. MUSE/IQUE concert series, reflects on some of the performances in her career that she deems classic.
The pop artist, who also performs music from her debut CD, “Pennies in a Jar,” discusses what it was like to collaborate with the likes of Bob Dylan, Burt Bacharach and Carole King.
The Emmy-nominated actress discusses the theme for the new season of TV’s legal thriller Damages.