In this Peabody Award-winning show, Kurt Andersen sets sail in search of the great white whale.
How the comedian dissolves into multitudes of characters, from his mother to Andrew Jackson, in his one-man plays.
How to update a classic piece of Broadway choreography.
The rapper’s murder inspired a summit in Compton where rival gangs discussed a path to peace.
How the debut B-52’s album wedded punk with fun.
The most popular living composer of choral music doesn’t need the world’s best singers in his choir — he just wants thousands of amateurs from all over the world.
How the legendary jazz singer transformed pain into art on her 1956 album.
The Silver Lake Chorus commissioned indie rockers to write songs for them. Aimee Mann explains how she wrote “Easy to Die,” about a friend’s overdose.