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  • Tom Daley and Maria Bello show there's more than one way to be out

    British Olympian Tom Daley and actress Maria Bello have made headlines in recent days by coming out, Bello in a Modern Love piece for the New York Times and Daley in a YouTube video to fans. After a string of notable celebrities opening up about their...
  • Grammys: Alternative R&B largely overlooked in nominations

    Of all the narratives that can be spun out of the list of Grammy nominations, announced late Friday, came one head-scratching truth: The Recording Academy still doesn't quite know what to do with alternative R&B. When the academy announced it had...
  • Pharrell Williams of Virginia Beach has seven Grammy nominations

    Pharrell Williams of Virginia Beach has seven Grammy nominations
    The year 2013 has been a big one for Virginia Beach's Pharrell Williams and it's looking like the good news will spill over into 2014. The producer and songwriter has been nominated for a long list of major Grammy awards, including Record of the Year,...
  • Holy crap, Beyonce just released a new album!

    Holy crap, Beyonce just released a new album!
    Being Beyonce must be the best. You're married to one of the best rappers ever, you have a cute kid, you're directly responsible for "Get Me Bodied."  Now, she can add "can drop a new album anytime I damn well please" to her repertoire.  That's right,...
  • Drake at the United Center, full of contradictions

    Drake at the United Center, full of contradictions
    The bigger Drake gets, the more turmoil he feels. Or, in the immortal words of the late Notorious B.I.G., “Mo’ money, mo’ problems.” Well, boo-hoo, right? It’s difficult to feel sorry for a guy who has had three straight...
  • Beyonce's game change: a surprise album release

    Without as much as a hint, Beyonce stealthily released her new album. As the West Coast was tucking into bed Thursday night, the singer rolled out one of the best-kept secrets in recent music history: The album she had spent the last year teasing was...
  • Beyonce's new album surprises Internet, celebrities

    Beyonce's new album surprises Internet, celebrities
    OK, Beyoncé's overnight surprise album drop isn't news only to fans -- it's news to other celebs too. Because that's how Sasha Fierce rolls. Queen Bey dropped her "visual album," "Beyoncé," which features 14 songs and 17 videos, late Thursday,...
  • Beyonce releases her new album over iTunes in a late-night surprise

    Beyonce releases her new album over iTunes in a late-night surprise
    With only two weeks left in 2013, Beyoncé pulled off one of the year's biggest surprises in music. As much of the country was tucking into bed Thursday night, the singer suddenly announced that her new self-titled album — one she'd spent a year...
  • 'Beyonce' album review: More than the delivery is a surprise

    'Beyonce' album review: More than the delivery is a surprise
    3 stars (out of 4) Beyonce surprised even her most ardent followers a few days ago by releasing her fifth studio album, “Beyonce” (Columbia), in one giant package on iTunes. The 14 songs and 17 videos comprise a “visual album,”...
  • Album review: 'Beyonce' is full of surprises

    Album review: 'Beyonce' is full of surprises
    Beyoncé gets plenty of credit — OK, way more than plenty — as a singer, a dancer, a businesswoman, a mom. But she’s also a master of the humblebrag, that strategic assertion of modesty that actually demonstrates one’s fabulousness....
  • Album review: Savages, 'Silence Yourself'

    Album review: Savages, 'Silence Yourself'
    3.5 stars (out of 4) Music obsessives could play spot the post-punk reference all day while listening to Savages’ first album, “Silence Yourself” (Matador/Pop Noire). But there is nothing particularly derivative or nostalgic about...