Bridging the gap from "Begin the Beguine" to "Beat on the Brat," this year's inductees into the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry represent an intriguing cross-section of 20th century…
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It was a share-the-wealth evening at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, as a host of developing acts took home their share of trophies during the Staples Center ceremonies.
With a typically eclectic mix, the Library of Congress' selection of 25 pics to join the National Film Registry runs the gamut of obscure experimental and avant-garde works to mainstream hits…
Etta James' recording of "At Last," the unofficial theme song of the Obama administration, is one of 25 recordings to be preserved for posterity by the National Recording Registry of the Library of…
"Blazing Saddles," "Fargo," "Groundhog Day," "Halloween," "Notorious," "Rocky" and "sex, lies and videotape" are the highest profile features selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry.
The first broadcast of a presidential inauguration, the 1932 recording of "Show Boat" and Sonic Youth's art rock masterpiece "Daydream Nation" are among the 50 recordings newly selected Tuesday for…
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