Memorable Moments of the 2016 Presidential Campaign
A look at Donald Trump's and Hillary Clinton's tumultuous campaigns.
Nirvana's 'Nevermind' Turns 25
On Sept. 24, 1991, Nirvana released their mind-blowing sophomore album, “Nevermind.” The album was also their major-label debut as the band shifted over to DGC records in part because it was also the home of Sonic Youth. It’s strange to think that the time since Nirvana released “Nevermind,” is one
Review: Beatles Fans Should Listen to Studio Albums Instead of 'Live At The Hollywood Bowl'
This is a really heavy release week. The Beatles ’ “Live At The Hollywood Bowl” receives a long overdue reissue, M.I.A. releases what she says is her final album, U.K. rock trio Doe make their proper, full-length debut, singer-songwriter KT Tunstall returns with a bright, new album, the members of
Fantasy Forecast: Takeaways from the Panthers vs. Broncos
News' Mellissa Griffin and Michael Huberman give us the takeaways from Thursday night football.
Steve Gleason: My playlist
The documentary film "Gleason" tells the inspiring story of former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason facing life after a diagnosis of ALS and how that changed his perspective on becoming a father. Music plays an integral role in the "Gleason" family, and, as shown throughout the film, many of
The Monkees, Beth Orton and Kristin Kontrol and More Music Reviews
This week was a lighter release week than usual, probably because of the Memorial Day weekend. Still, we have reviews for the new star-studded album by the Monkees , who are about to celebrate their 50th anniversary, the newest album by Beth Orton and the latest project from Dum Dum Girls’ Dee Dee,
Michael Nesmith Is 'Thrilled' With The Monkees' New Album
Here it is! The Monkees ' first studio album in 20 years was released today. "Good Times!" celebrates the band's 50th anniversary and features new contributions from surviving members Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork. It also includes tunes written especially for the project by a
The Lumineers, M83, Deftones, All Saints and More Music Reviews
This week retro Americana/indie folk-sensations The Lumineers return with their second album, French electro act M83 releases a new album, Deftones continue to flex some metallic muscle, nineties pop-act All Saints make a surprising return, Scottish rockers Frightened Rabbit explore pain and loss,
Weezer , Andrew Bird, Pet Shop Boys and More Music Reviews
This week, Weezer return to their self-titled color-themed series with “The White Album,” singer-songwriter Andrew Bird shows off some semi-orchestral greatness, The Pet Shop Boys deliver some glossy, kind of humorous dance-pop, Cheap Trick try to hand us some treats and soul-singer Charles Bradley