Khalid's album is a dreamy, spacy project in which '60s soul meets contemporary R&B, presented by a smartphone-obsessed crooner for the internet age.

The Reel Change Documentary Film Festival is open from March 20-25 at the Court Square Theatre. The festival brings non-fiction films attempting to bring awareness, advocacy and change to the table in hopes of creating public dialogue and initiating education.

Local hip-hop artist and Blue Ridge Community College student Keano Illidge brings his pencil to the paper and allows the lyrics to flow, ready for the world to hear his message.  

The 2017 Academy Awards wasn’t a night of many surprises, that is, until the very end. As expected, the “La La Land” wins were plenty and the Trump references were frequent.

There are currently more successful female comedians than ever before. With this boom of comediennes and the many books they’ve written, came the rise of an entirely new genre of autobiographies. 

Trae Sale's church partnered with an organization in Guatemala called Hope of Life, and the group of volunteers worked on houses, helped out at a children’s hospital and handed out food at the landfill and other villages.

Garrett Martin isn’t camera-shy when it comes to adventure — like being the first to create a thru-hike documentary chronicling a trail in Patagonia, much of which has been undiscovered.