Engaging exploration delves into the complexities of slavery and freedom in...
On the night of the Midsummer Ball, romance, jealousy, and betrayal fill the air. Charlotte and the Parker family face difficult choices. Stream the season finale now on GPB.org.
On the third Saturday of almost every month, a group of black women gathers in a room at a local library in Decatur to keep an age-old craft alive in the 21st century. Read more in this week's News Round-up.
One of the things I would always end a phone call with Buddy or his...
Tue., March 1, 2016 7:57am
Is Tidal Changing How Fans Talk About Music?
Technological innovations like streaming are shifting how music gets released today but artist exclusives are also changing the way fans process today's most popular tracks.
Clarence Thomas Speaks: After A Decade, Questions From The Quiet Justice
Thomas actually passed the 10-year mark of silence during oral arguments earlier in the month. But that moment was largely overlooked amid the coverage and controversy surrounding Scalia's death.
Mon., February 29, 2016 9:26am
'Salt Into The Wound': Why Anohni Is Skipping The Oscars
The singer and lyricist and the first transgender performer ever nominated for an Oscar has written that the truth about her exclusion from the ceremony is "impossible to ignore."
Fri., February 26, 2016 12:09pm
What Musical Family Has The Oscars On Lock? Hello, Newmans.
Between Thomas, Lionel, Alfred, Emil, David and Randy (yes, that one), the Newmans have more than 80 Oscar nominations. Neda Ulaby takes a look at this epic clan of Hollywood composers and musicians.
Thu., February 25, 2016 3:09pm
GIF Explainer: How To Watch Wilco's Tiny Desk In 360 Degrees
If you've never watched a 360-degree, virtual reality video, you're in luck: It's very cool, and we made some GIFs to show you how it works.
Wed., February 24, 2016 9:58am
#FreeKesha Puts A Legal Battle In A Public Spotlight
The pop singer claims she was sexually abused by her producer and wants out of her contract with him and her record label. On Friday, a judge said no and set off a storm of responses online.
Wed., February 17, 2016 7:45am
Why Are There So Many Tough Guys Who Sound Like Ladies On The Radio?
Right now, men singing in high voices are really popular: Think Usher, Adam Levine, Jason Derulo or The Weeknd, which is up for seven Grammys this year. NPR's Neda Ulaby tries to understand why.