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  • Artist Bernadette Amore discusses the impact of the immigration experience on her work—and American art as a whole.

  • Young adult literature is as much for grown-ups as it is for kids.

  • Hollywood studios engage audiences through Twitter, Facebook and beyond.

  • American theater groups are challenging the audience’s perception of who women are, and what they can and cannot do, through their productions.

  • Over the past decade, Coachella has transformed the concert industry and become one of America’s largest annual music festivals. Now, its promoters are taking on the next concert frontier: the ocean.

  • The popularity of the weekly show “Glee” has helped bring music to the forefront of mainstream television in America. As a result, more and more kids are now singing in school.

  • YouTube video producers are creating content which is quite often cleverly disguised marketing.

  • Cutting-edge DJs rock dance floors around the world. 

  • Jazz saxophonist and composer Mahanthappa is drawing a growing audience for his explorations of American jazz and traditional Indian music.

  • Shankar Tucker fuses musical influences—and gains global acclaim—with The ShrutiBox video series.

  • Beverly Bond’s organization mentors black teenage girls from age 12 through high school to become self-confident through mentorship programs, art education and public service.

  • How did a single cable company become the catalyst for a new golden era of American television drama?

  • A new Broadway musical based on the music of Frank Sinatra has taken America by storm. The creative pairing behind the hit song and dance sensation  may just be made in heaven.

  • While Terra Naomi has gained a following with her captivating sound, it’s her unique approach to managing and promoting her music career that really sets her apart.

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