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One year ago today, Amy Winehouse joined Club 27, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, and the Hunger Games win big at the Teen Choice Awards, Matisyahu and having a free concert today in Union Square, and more! Catch up on this week's music news. More»
The New Music Seminar kicked off Sunday and will last all week with movements discussing the music business endeavors of tomorrow, the Library of Congress inherited over 200 interviews with an insight into the personal lives of influential musicians, Justin Bieber plays an unplugged show at the historical Apollo Theatre, and more! Catch up on today's music news. More»
Mick Jagger sends Kristen Wiig off in style in the season finale of Saturday Night Live -- and she sings at the after party, Pearl Jam will be a headliner for Jay-Z's "Made In America" music festival, Adele racks up 12 awards at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards, and more on today's Music News Round Up! Check it out.
Jay-Z debuts new logo for newly re-located Brooklyn Nets, Santigold performs at Bowery Ballroom and released her album, Rihanna shows off her dry-humping in "Where Have You Been" video and so much more! Check out today's music news round up. More»
Tupac came back via hologram at Coachella and may see more stadiums in the future, M.I.A. scores music for WikiLeak's Julian Assange, Q-Tip signs to Kanye Wests' G.O.O.D. Music label, and more on today's music news round up! Check it out. More»
Madonna releases her first fragrance, Santigold announces her first US tour, Rusko asks fans to get their "skaner" on, Adele is releasing a new single, and so much more on today's music news. Check it out! More»
'Tis the season for music festivals with the Governor's Ball Music Festival schedule release and Pitchfork Music Festival's line-up release. Also, Radiohead plays two unreleased songs in Miami, Ne-Yo is "Principal for the Day," Rihanna might play Whitney and more! Check it out in today's Music News Round Up.
Saturday, May 25
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.