Frontman for the Grammy-winning band Maroon 5 offers tough words about the decline of the music industry.
Acclaimed documentary filmmaker talks about his latest project, The Tenth Inning, and explains why baseball makes for such a poignant American documentary topic.
Golden Globe-winning star of the medical drama House explains how the seventh season of the hit Fox series takes a bold step that is ultimately a gamble.
Academy Award winner explains why some films are making money these days and others aren’t and talks about his new film, Jack Goes Boating, which also marks his directorial debut.
Oscar-winning actor, director, producer, musician and activist explains why it’s important in his new stage play, Break the Whip—which he wrote and directs—to tell the story of the Jamestown settlement without Pocahontas or John Smith.
Logue discusses the journey from acting in TV pilot after pilot to ending up with, what he hopes is, a critical success in the new FX series Terriers.
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter explains why, in her career and personal life, she’s the poster child for infinite possibility and talks about her latest CD.
Academy Award-winning thespian, star and producer of the indie film Lovely Still, explains why he took on an older love story in an industry driven by youth.
Highlights of conversations with some of the 2010 Emmy winners.
One of New Orleans’ most favored sons and multiple Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and pianist discusses the impact that Hurricane Katrina had on his spirit.