Beyonce has announced and released an album on the same day.
The Holidays are upon us! ’Tis the season for shopping, parties, ugly sweaters and generosity. And the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus (SDGMC) is here to help us celebrate.
No doubt you first heard Betty Who a few months ago, courtesy of Spencer Stout’s elaborately choreographed marriage proposal to his boyfriend, Dustin. You know, the one set at a Utah Home Depot?
There are more than a dozen reasons to see and hear "Sparkle" this year and one of those reasons is performer Max von Essen.
Check out a must-eat classic: an old-school hamburger from Capitol Burgers in Los Angeles. The joint has been serving up burgers and fries since 1965, and for under $5, you can drive away totally satisfied.
Reality stars cash in on their televisual fame, with new albums by Kelly Clarkson, openly gay tenor Branden James and country star Danielle Bradbery. London’s calling with Bastille, as the U.S. revels in the "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" soundtrack.
Broadway’s original "Little Mermaid" is the latest performer in Broadway Records’ "Live at 54 BELOW" series.
Arthaus Musik re-releases the fourth collaboration between American composer John Adams and noted avant-garde director, Peter Sellars, on DVD.
The small label, Mark Records, presents an appealing disc of bassoon-based compositions, performed by a talented trio of musicians.