On his first album of original material in 8 years, Bob Dylan sings of betrayal, dismemberment and rock 'n' roll.
With safety protocols set forth by Hollywood unions and the state of California, the film and TV industry is hoping to get back to work.
For the first time, the WGA West published an open letter from its membership — a call from its Committee of Black Writers for change in Hollywood.
Warner Bros. was set to release Christopher Nolan's mysterious sci-fi film in theaters worldwide July 17 and kickstart the industry.
Media companies, including Comcast, Sony Music and Warner Music, have contributed millions to groups supporting antiracism and social justice.
A blues singer who has been performing as Lady A for more than 20 years is calling out the group formerly known as Lady Antebellum for adopting the same name.
As Spike Lee's "Da 5 Bloods" hits Netflix today, the director explains why he wove President Trump into his film about Black Vietnam vets.
Dave Chappelle talks about the protests following George Floyd's death and responds to Don Lemon and Candace Owens in a surprise comedy special titled "8:46."
Times TV critic Lorraine Ali interviews Ramy Youssef and his costars on Hulu's "Ramy" as part of the Paley Center for Media's Paley Front Row series.
Tyrone "The Bone" Proctor was one of the original "Soul Train" dancers who brought waacking from underground L.A. gay clubs into the mainstream.