Here’s just what the world needs, now: a “musical-drama series” set in Paris produced by the man who made Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling soft-shoe to jazz, Damien Chazelle.
Vocalist Al Jarreau, who won seven Grammys for his R&B, jazz, and pop music, died in a Los Angeles hospital on Sunday morning at the age of 76.
The chorus goes, "we could be strangers in the night, we could be lovers, as long as you love my body, babe." Which is kinda like saying, dude, you better come correct.
By now you have heard that there will be at least one black character on the new season of Downton Abbey. This is fucking exciting. Because the timeline on the show has reached the 1920s, and the 1920s were an interesting time in black history: Being black was cool.
Tonight a new documentary premieres on Oprah Winfrey's struggling network, OWN, that actually looks like it might be good. It's called I Am Jazz: A Family in Transition, and it tells the story of Jazz, an 11-year-old transgender girl. Jazz, seen above meeting her idol Chaz Bono, is wonderfully confident and simply…