While Spotify believes this method of advertising new releases can be a great tool for artists to reach their fans directly, smaller artists and independent labels fear the new policy will aid major labels and established artists and may be harmful to artists with smaller budgets.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York's beloved museum, has reopened its doors following a $450 million expansion.
From 1987's "Predator" to Shane Black's new movie, "The Predator" few people have been as integral to the series as creature effects designers Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff Jr., of Amagalmated Dynamics.
Jose Cuervo has announced a deal on tequila across 22 venues in the country, while restaurants are slashing margarita prices nationwide.
A $100,000 prize will be shared out among the winning robots.
A hundred years and $540 million in the making, the museum opens on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., in September.
The list of 24 recipients includes journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates, puppetry artist Basil Twist and economist Heidi Williams.
Jewish-American hip-hop artist ousted from Rototom Sunsplash Festival in Spain.
The financial crisis may have been the best thing to have happened to New York's art scene since Andy Warhol. At its peak in 2007, the market was certainly ripe for a takedown: too many galleries selling subpar work at inflated prices, centered in one neighborhood—Chelsea—where prohibitive rents allowed only the most commercially successful to survive.
Readers of our cover package on Barack Obama's emerging world view reflected the excitement his candidacy generates. One saw him "as everything good in America." Another awaits "an America less unilateral and hubristic." And after the last eight years, one noted, "Obama can only shine." How the World Views Barack ObamaHaving read your July 28 cover story, "Obama Abroad," I must say that here in Africa, we see Barack Obama as living history.
After 10 years as a clinical endocrinologist, Dr. Matthew Corcoran, founder of the Diabetes Training Camp, was frustrated. Having seen thousands of patients—as assistant professor of medicine at the University of Chicago Hospitals and most recently as a physician in Lehigh Valley Hospital's diabetes and endocrinology group—he wondered why more wasn't being done to prevent the very complications he spent so much time trying to treat.
It is useful, people generally agree, for a wife to wake up before her husband. Mma Ramotswe always rose from her bed an hour or so before Mr J.L.B. Matekoni—a good thing for a wife to do because it affords time to accomplish at least some of the day's tasks.
Desert sand and temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius might deter some skiers, but not Mickdad and Minhal Bhojani. Whenever they need a downhill fix, the teenage brothers simply head to Ski Dubai, the emirate's new $275 million artificial ski dome, which opened three months ago and features five runs. "Skiing here is different from skiing in the mountains," says their father, local businessman Abbas Bhojani. "[But] it is made to look natural and the ambience is good." The boys practice ski jumps...
Our Sept. 26/Oct. 3 double issue on entertainment miffed readers who hated what the new tech gadgets represent. "What are these people escaping from?" asked one, then answered, "The real world and its unsolved problems." Said another, "You aren't promoting a trend, you're just reflecting it."Your Sept. 26/oct. 3 cover picture ("The Future of Entertainment") helps make sense of the problems that today's techno-obsession is creating.
Day after day of images showed exhausted families and their crying children stepping around corpses while they begged: Where is the water? Where are the buses?