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Ken Burns' 'Country Music': The cultural 'Rub' that sparked an American sound
On the debut episode of 16-hour PBS documentary epic “Country Music,” Ken Burns tackles “The Rub” that ignited an American musical flame. The story begins nearly 100 years ago, with Burns and film ...

Brush fire burns in Irvine near 405 Freeway
Firefighters attacked a brush fire in Irvine near the 405 Freeway on Sunday, Sept. 15. The fire was burning near Shady Canyon Drive, just west of the freeway, Orange County Fire Authority Battalion ...

‘Country Music’: From Johnny Cash to Racism, Ken Burns’ New Docuseries Rubs Between Fact and Lore
Musician Rosanne Cash is used to speaking about her father Johnny Cash. After all, she’s been living in his shadow her entire life and even wrote a memoir in 2010 that in part examines her rocky ...

Ken Burns on ‘Country Music’ and Why Merle, Hank, Dwight, Loretta and Lil Nas X Matter
The phrase “the Ken Burns effect” is specifically the name of a function on Apple computers that makes all your static old family photos move around on screen like something out of “The ...

Bills' Cole Beasley: Burns Giants for 51-yard catch
Beasley caught all four of his targets for 83 yards in Sunday's 28-14 win over the Giants. Beasley did most of his damage on a 51-yard catch in the second quarter. With nine catches for 123 yards ...

What Ken Burns’ 16-Hour ‘Country Music’ Epic Leaves Out
The 16-hour, eight-episode PBS miniseries—debuting on Sept. 15—offers a dazzling primer on country music but stumbles in certain areas, including its problems with race. Country music has been having ...

Ken Burns’ ‘Country Music’: 10 Things We Learned From Week 1
“There was a saying: ‘The blues had a baby and they called it rock & roll.’ I always say, ‘Yeah, and I think the daddy was a hillbilly.” That’s Country Music Hall of Fame member Bobby Braddock, writer ...

Is 'hillbilly' an offensive term? Ken Burns' 'Country Music' weighs in
Is 'hillbilly' an offensive term? Ken Burns' 'Country Music' weighs in Ken Burns' "Country Music" debuted Sunday, weighing in on the age-old debate of the word "hillbilly." Check out this story on ...

Will Ken Burns whitewash country music’s multiracial roots?
Jeff Manuel is an associate professor of history at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and the author of "Taconite Dreams: The Struggle to Sustain Mining on Minnesota’s Iron Range, 1915-2000." ...

For Ken Burns, Country Music Tells the Story of Race, Class, and Inclusion in American History
Eight and a half years ago, the most famous documentarian of the modern era got down, metaphorically, on his knees and, as he likens it, "proposed to country music." It's the second genre that Ken ...

TV this week: Ken Burns takes a deep dive into ‘Country Music’
Ken Burns’ ‘Country Music’ will appeal to more than just the diehards ‘Country Music’: 6 things we learned from Ken Burns’ epic Fall TV calendar: Dates for all the new and returning shows Fall TV 2019 ...

'Country Music' reviews: What critics are saying about Ken Burns' new documentary
"Country Music," the 16-hour documentary epic from filmmaker Ken Burns, made its debut Sunday evening on PBS. An eight-part series — the result of more than 100 interviews, many done in Nashville — ...