Gwyneth Paltrow's pop-up shop, goop, is open in Highland Park Village, with some bougie linen napkins and other nicknacks filling in admirably for Paltrow herself. Picture a lifestyle store that's a bit like Martha Stewart's line of home furnishings that took over half of Kmart, only the quality and ... More >>
A touching romance brings a light touch to drama about bad behavior.
Steven Soderbergh turns the star-studded Hollywood disaster flick on its head.
No one in Noah and The Whale is actually named Noah, turns out.Tonight at Dada, the English indie folk outfit known as Noah and the Whale will perform. Good band, interesting name -- especially since, we just realized, there isn't actually a dude named Noah in the group after all. Not even a guy ... More >>
Lately, every celebrity has a cookbook coming out. Gwyneth Paltrow's My Father's Daughter and Eva Longoria's Eva's Kitchen just hit bookstores recently, and we can't help but wonder which celebs are coming out with cookbooks next. Here's our list of celebrity cookbooks we can't wait to see in B&N: ... More >>
10. Was it just me or did Puff Daddy/P. Diddy/Sean Combs sound just like Mike Tyson? 9. Acceptance speeches are always fascinating. Last night Lady Gaga thanked Whitney Houston and Arcade Fire thanked all of Canada. But strangest of all, Train lead singer Pat Monahan gave a shoutout to Howar ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Thursday, October 21, 2010...Gwyneth Paltrow is taking the next logical step in her career: She's performing at the CMA Awards.A rare White Stripes 7" fetched a whopping $18,000.Is Beyonce preggers? Looks like we'll find out soon...
The Inwood rents a room to the Tenenbaums
Coming of age and coming out in the Me Decade
We drove to the Austin City Limits Music Festival in ponchos, but we left wearing surgeon's masks
Sky Captain zooms back to a tomorrow that never was
The top 10 indie-rock albums of 2003
Neil LaBute tries to be nice but comes off very savage
The "40 best artists making music right now?" Nah.
Plus: Seeing Red
Let SXSW stay in Austin. We're OK with that.
Plus: Kaboom, Edited for Content
Whole Foods Market
Neal LaBute deprives viewers the passion of Byatt's books
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
Superb performances distinguish a new adaptation of Wilde's Earnest
Wes Anderson's film is like its characters: flawed genius
Jack keeps the Farrellys from drowning in the Shallow end
Amélie serves up a daring, moving take on Jane Austen's best-loved heroine
Is he a writer, director, actor or...sex symbol? Um, yes--and more
Or: Why winning an Oscar sometimes means losing sight of a career
Ben Affleck puts the moves on Gwyneth Paltrow in this bad Bounce
Robert Altman wants your attention, if not your affection
Duets explores the world of karaoke singing, and rather sweetly at that
Matt Damon proves quite The Talented Mr. Ripley -- but he overstays his welcome
Hollywood mainstream in the slipstream: hits, misses, remakes, and blasts from the past
The buoyant Shakespeare in Love indulges in smart baloney
We don't like any of these people-- and the movie's ugly too
The inventive and confident Sliding Doors charms with romantic complication
Great Expectations' beauty is only skin deep
Emma writer-director Douglas McGrath jumps from Midland to Jane Austen
A fine cast overcomes the visual gluttony of Seven
Three new films offer different takes on the myth of the romantic hero