DADDY ISSUES befriend an alien in their video for "High St."
ROSTAM stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set, incl. a cover of Nick Drake's "Pink Moon."
THE WOOD BROTHERS visit WFUV's Studio A.
RHYE stopped by Morning Becomes Eclectic.
SUNFLOWER BEAN shares “Twentytwo.”
MASTERSYSTEM (ft. Frightened Rabbits and Editors) share "Notes On A Life Not Quite Lived."
TOTO: "Hold the Line." Guilty pleasure.
SUEDE: Brett Anderson talks to The Guardian about fatherhood, his new memoir, and being part of ‘the longest overnight sensation ever.'
R.E.M. is the subject of a new podcast from comedian Scott Aukerman ("Comedy Bang! Bang!") and actor Adam Scott ("Parks and Recreation").
GEORGE HARRISON's TOP 10 BEATLESONGS, according to NME.
THE CRYSTALS' Barbara Ann Alston died in Charlotte after a two-week battle with the flu, her family says. She was 74.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Black Panther easily repeats atop the chart with 108MM as it crossed the 400MM mark domestically; it's only the fourth film to gross over 100MM in its second weekend. And March won't offer much direct competition either. Game Night places with 16MM, which may be a few million below studio hopes, given Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams toplining; still may be alright against a 37MM budget. Peter Rabbit shows with 12.5MM on a leggy 28 percent drop. Annihilation takes fourth with 11MM against a 40MM budget (and Netflix owns the foreign rights, so this one may not profitdomestically on the big screen, despite good reveiws). Fifty Shades Freed rounds out the Top Five with 7MM on asteep 60 percent drop as most expected for a post-Valentine's trajectory; whether this final installment will reach 100MM is an open question now. Below the fold, Jumanji and The Greatest Showman are running out of gas, but on still very leggy drops.
A USA TODAY poll indicates that 94 percent of women have experienced some form of sexual harassment or assault during their careers in Hollywood.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE & CATT SADLER are developing a MeToo / TimesUp themed docuseries.
EMILY RATAJKOWSKI married a boyfriend after only a few weeks.
BRITENY SPEARS: Ex-husband Kevin Federline wants an increase in child support after her lucrative Vegas residency.
GUILLERMO DEL TORO rejected claims that his Oscar-nominated film The Shape Of Water plagiarized a Paul Zindel play.
NANETTE FABRAY, whose enthusiastic charm, wide smile and diverse talents made her a Tony Award-winning performer in the 1940s and an Emmy Award-winning comic actress in the 1950s, died on Thursday at her home in Palos Verdes, Calif. She was 97.
A DOG teaches his "brother" to sit.
A MAN WHO RODE A WHITE HORSE on the 91 Freeway in Long Beach on his 29th birthday the morning of Saturday, Feb. 24, was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, California Highway Patrol officials said.
ABBY THE LAB returns home after a decade.
A GERMAN SHEPHERD took a bullet for a 16-year-old during a home invasion.