Daily Archives: February 4, 2024

Taylor Swift Announces New Album, ‘The Tortured Poets Department,’ at Grammys

As she accepted the Grammy for best pop vocal album for “Midnights,” Taylor Swift announced that she would be releasing her new album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” on April 19. “I know that the way that the Recording Academy voted is a direct reflection of the passion of the fans, so I want to say thank you to the fans …

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2024 Grammys Winners: Updating List

A complete rundown of the artists, albums, songs and videos that took home trophies at the 66th annual awards.

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Tracy Chapman Returns to Grammys Stage, Performing ‘Fast Car’ With Luke Combs

In a major coup for the Grammys, an influential artist who walked away from the spotlight made a grand return to the awards stage on Sunday night: Tracy Chapman. Chapman, 59, released eight albums between 1988 and 2008, starting with her blockbuster debut — the self-titled album that featured “Talkin’ ’Bout a Revolution,” “Baby Can I Hold You” and what …

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Killer Mike, boygenius and SZA Are Among Early Grammy Winners

Of this year’s 94 Grammy categories, all but nine were given out during a fast-paced, nontelevised ceremony, where some stars (Billie Eilish, Joni Mitchell, boygenius) showed up to accept their awards, but many others (SZA, Michelle Obama) didn’t. The tallies for the early awards gave no clear advantage to any artist. SZA, the night’s most nominated artist, with nine citations, …

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What’s Behind a $10 Chicken Over Rice From a Cart? An $18,000 Permit.

But Mr. Mousa focused on one number: 3,892. That was his position on a New York City food vendor waiting list. Like thousands of the city’s mobile food vendors, Mr. Mousa cannot get a permit for his cart, the Halal Plates. A longstanding cap limited the number of permits to 5,100, before a 2021 law began allowing for 445 new …

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Fed Chair Powell Says Officials Need More ‘Good’ Data Before Cutting Rates

Jerome H. Powell, the chair of the Federal Reserve, made clear during a “60 Minutes” interview aired on Sunday night that the central bank is moving toward cutting interest rates as inflation recedes, but that policymakers need to see continued progress toward cooler price increases to make the first move. Mr. Powell was interviewed on Thursday, after the Fed’s meeting …

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Fed Chair Powell Says Officials Need More ‘Good’ Data Before Cutting Rates

Jerome H. Powell, the chair of the Federal Reserve, made clear during a “60 Minutes” interview aired on Sunday night that the central bank is moving toward cutting interest rates as inflation recedes, but that policymakers need to see continued progress toward cooler price increases to make the first move. Mr. Powell was interviewed on Thursday, after the Fed’s meeting …

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Grammys 2024 Live Updates: Red Carpet, What to Expect and Who’s Performing

Feb. 4, 2024, 5:01 p.m. ET Feb. 4, 2024, 5:01 p.m. ET SZA is the most nominated artist at the Grammys on Sunday, with nine nods.Credit…Nina Westervelt for The New York Times The 2024 Grammys honor recordings released from Oct. 1, 2022, through Sept. 15, 2023. SZA is the top nominee, with nine nods for her album “SOS,” which topped …

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‘Some Like It Hot’ Wins Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album

“Some Like It Hot,” a new jazz age musical adaptation of the classic 1959 Billy Wilder film, won a Grammy Award on Sunday for best musical theater album. It was adapted from the classic movie comedy in which Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis play two musicians who dress as women to escape the mob. The show, a big and lush …

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Grammys 2024 Red Carpet: See Photos of the Looks

Musicians are a colorful crowd, and as the Recording Academy doesn’t hesitate to remind audiences at every opportunity, the Grammys are “music’s biggest night.” So it may be little surprise that previous Grammys red carpets have been the site of such unforgettable looks as Cardi B swanning about in archival Mugler and Shania Twain cosplaying as Toad. Then there are …

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