Osheaga Festival 2015: Lineup, Ticket Info, Schedule and Preview

Florence and the Machine, Kendrick Lamar, the Black Keys and more.

Something Very Curious Happens to Your Brain When You Walk Into A Library

The best sign yet that nothing can replace the feeling of reading a real book.

The Week's Must-Read PolicyMic Arts & Entertainment Stories

It's the most wonderful time of the year in the arts and entertainment world. Check out the PolicyMic pieces this week that topped our charts.

PolicyMic's Arts & Entertainment Section is Reinventing Cultural News On the Social Web

Welcome to the brand new version of PolicyMic, and the relaunched and revamped Arts & Entertainment section.

Meet Betsi Fores, PolicyMic's Latest Breaking News Writer

PolicyMic's first ever city-inspired challenge kicks off in June. Apply today to become one of our new Washington D.C. pundits.

PolicyMic Is Looking For Culture Writers

Are you a movie lover, a music freak, or an arts and entertainment expert? PolicyMic wants to hear what you have to say!

If Government Subsidizes Art, It Will Always Be Censored

As long as art remains subsidized by the government, it will always be censored.

PolicyMic Is Looking For Culture and Arts Writers

Are you a pop-culture lover or arts and entertainment expert? PolicyMic wants to hear what you have to say!

Privatization of State Arts Agency Sets Dangerous Precedent

With many leaders calling for privatization of government functions, it is important to understand the impacts of outsourced state activities.

Gov't Shouldn't Cut Art to Save Budgets

In budget cuts, arts programs are often the first to go, even though art education provides socio-economic well-being.