Why the Slants Took a Fight Over Their Band Name to the Supreme Court

In a strange case, a small Asian-American rock group may have inadvertently helped the Washington Redskins.

Carlos Santana Steps Into Grammys Debate Over Beyoncé and Adele

The guitarist praised Adele’s style of singing and received the fury of Beyoncé’s loyal fans, known as the BeyHive.

Greg Kurstin, Adele’s No. 2, on the Grammys, Beyoncé and Getting Cut Off

The producer and songwriter, who is even more in demand after his wins, spoke on Tuesday, weighing in on the race debate and his do-over speech.

Critic’s Notebook: #GrammysSoWhite Came to Life. Will the Awards Face Its Race Problem?

Beyoncé lost the three major categories for album and song to Adele, who praised “Lemonade” in her own acceptance speech.

Adele vs. Beyoncé: What’s at Stake for the Grammys?

This year, issues of race and identity may rise to the forefront as the awards take place in a heightened political climate.

Reviving ‘The Mikado’ in a Balancing Act of Taste

A staging of this Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, set in an imaginary 1880s Japan, hopes to please fans while not being offensive.

The Year in Style 2016: Afrofuturism: The Next Generation

In 2016, an Afrocentric sci-fi vision infiltrated the mainstream, powering up for uncertain times.