It's all pop stars and mainstreamers today. Lil Wayne, P!nk, John Mayer, Mumford & Sons ... this is a show announcement post that doesn't happen all too often. Soak it in. But let's not lie, the biggest announcement is Lil Wayne's tour, especially since we've all been wondering if he's OK since bein ... More >>
Drunken yoga does not equal female empowerment.
Show of hands: Who remembers when cable TV's A&E channel featured real art for entertainment? Been a long time, right?
Back in the 1990s, the Arts & Entertainment channel, as it was known then, specialized in high-culture programming. Ballet. Opera. ... 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 >>
M. Night Shyamalan has made some great movies (The Sixth Sense, course, and the far superior Unbreakable) and, more recently, a handful of terrrrrible ones (The Happening, Lady in the Water, The Village). But the kids, at least, anxiously await his next feature: The Last Airbender, Shyamalan's du ... More >>
On Page 13A of Your Morning Paper is Dora the Explorer, crying all over a full-page ad that screams: "Time Warner Cable is Taking Dora Off the Air Tonight! Along with 19 of your favorite channels!" Which is a bit of a stretch. Spike? Please. MTV? Since when? 1985? TV Land? Since when? 1966? OK, thou ... More >>
More proof that Brave Combo's nothing to polk fun at (sorry): The band has been nominated for an "Annie" award, which claims to be the highest honor in animation, for the use of its "William Tell Overture" take as the theme for the PBS animated series As The Wrench Turns. In the "Music in an A ... More >>