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23 Jan 2013 - 27 Jan 2015

The Style Blog: Music
A vote for Chic, but not for Nirvana: A Rock and Roll Hall of Famer voter explains her ballot.
Music critic Maura Johnston on her five choices for this year's inductees.
By Caitlin Dewey|Music|December 18
Critic’s Notebook: Flying Lotus; La Mecanica Popular; Sevyn Streeter
Notable recordings from the world of pop music.
By Chris Richards|Music|December 17
KISS, Nirvana, Hall & Oates to join Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Nirvana, KISS, Linda Ronstadt, Peter Gabriel, Cat Stevens and Hall & Oates will be inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
By Chris Richards|Music|December 17
An appropriately sparkly map of where people tweeted about the new Beyoncé album
Users sent more than 1.2 million tweets in the 12 hours after she dropped her surprise album
By Caitlin Dewey|Music|December 16
Great album, Beyoncé. Now please find your place in line behind Speedy Ortiz.
Her new album is the year's 17th best.
By Chris Richards|Music|December 16
Support for “Kunsthalle” proposal grows
Key players line up to support Franklin School as 'Kunsthalle' arts space.
By Philip Kennicott|Art|December 13
Critic’s Notebook: Gorgeous Children; 7 Days of Funk; R. Kelly
Notable recordings from the world of pop music.
By Chris Richards|Critic's Notebook|December 10
Last day to vote for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Will Washington group’s favorite, Yes, make it?
Washington’s bipartisan collective pushing to get prog rock’s Yes in
after almost 20 years of no.
By David Rowell|Music|December 10
With “Saturday,” Rebecca Black has become YouTube’s most self-aware troll
What comes after "Friday"? Now we have the answer.
By Caitlin Dewey|Music|December 9
Billy Joel, Buddy Guy on the Kennedy Center Honors red carpet
Before Honors recipients Martina Arroyo, Billy Joel, Herbie Hancock, Shirley MacLaine and Carlos Santana were feted at the Kennedy Center, a stream of actors, journalists and past honorees walked the red carpet.
By Style staff|Art|December 8
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