• Q&A: Maroon 5’s PJ Morton on Super Bowl and Grammy noms

    NEW YORK (AP) — PJ Morton is prepping for the biggest week of his life: He’s set to perform at next month’s Super Bowl halftime show as a member of Maroon 5, and seven days later, he’ll attend the Grammy Awards, where he’s nominated for four honors — including three for his work as a R&B singer.

  • Review: Maggie Rogers, excitingly, delivers on early promise

    Maggie Rogers, “Heard It in a Past Life” (Capitol Records)

  • Review: ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ is an immersive marvel

    Director Peter Jackson is upfront about what audiences should not expect from his unconventional World War I documentary, “They Shall Not Grow Old.” This is a film made by a non-historian for an audience of non-historians, he says. There are no dates, names or locations. Neither are there any talking heads or historians or politics. It’s just images and the voices of those who were there, telling their own stories.

  • Colorism reveals many shades of prejudice in Hollywood

    The breakthrough representation of minorities in Hollywood blockbusters has ignited a frequently overlooked discussion about whether prejudice isn’t just about the color of a person’s skin, but the shade.