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Former country singer and "The Voice" runner-up Meghan Linsey poses for a photo on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, in Nashville, Tenn. Linsey made national headlines when she kneeled to sing the national anthem during a Tennessee Titans football game. Afterwards, she received death threats. (Larry McCormack /The Tennessean via AP)

Country singers ditch fear of being 'Dixie Chicked'

- Associated Press

For decades, country music has been a place where artists and industry pros have kept any progressive political or social views to themselves, ever careful not to anger the genre's traditionally conservative fans.

Austin man arrested for bomb threat that canceled concert

Associated Press

Austin police have arrested a 26-year-old man on charges of making a terroristic threat for emailing a bomb threat that prompted sponsors to cancel a scheduled concert at Austin's South by Southwest music festival.

Artist-in-residence captures Camden through murals

- Associated Press

A trio of men gathered on the South Camden corner watched warily from across the street as Danielle Cartier and Sean Garrity went about their work: spreading a plastic tarp, unrolling the canvas, measuring and marking the space on the wall, mixing the paste, preparing the brushes.

In this Wednesday, March 14, 2018 photo, journalists walk through the Leonard Bernstein exhibit during a press preview at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia. The exhibit on the acclaimed composer and conductor opens March 16 and runs through Sept. 2, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Leonard Bernstein, social activist, is focus of new exhibit

- Associated Press

In October 1979, Leonard Bernstein received a fan letter from a high school humanities teacher. Helen Morgan wrote to the celebrity composer-conductor-pianist in hopes he could share the theme that guided his compositions - something she could pass along to her students for inspiration.

Era ends after 84 years of dancing, dinner and drinks

- Associated Press

The dress code was formal. Women in jewel-colored dresses mingled with men in sleek dark suits and tuxedos at the Battle Creek Country Club. The occasion was a farewell of sorts, the end of an era.

Artist raises money for breast cancer organization

- Associated Press

This article is part of the Black Magic Project, which is a series of stories focusing on those who do inspiring things in the black community. This year, we created a Facebook group where If you're a Facebook user, you can join our Black Magic Project group, where we will not only share stories from our website, but we will also hold live video discussions and talk to people who are contributing to their communities in big and small ways.

Atlanta Hawks' Taurean Prince drives past Milwaukee Bucks' Khris Middleton during the second half of an NBA basketball game Saturday, March 17, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

Giannis' double-double helps Bucks hold on to beat Hawks

- Associated Press

The Milwaukee Bucks pushed the pace and kept their composure late in the fourth quarter. The Atlanta Hawks struggled to regain their footing in the closing minutes after their best ball-handler fouled out.