AMY WINEHOUSE: Here's the posthumous video for "Our Day Will Come," originally by Ruby & the Romantics.
PAUL SIMON stops by World Cafe for a session.
NOAH WALL is streaming Why Lie, I'm 35.
OLABELLE stopped by the WFUV studios for a session.
MICHAEL JACKSON: IMMORTAL, the soundtrack to the new Cirque du Soleil production, is advance streaming via NPR.
ADELE: All Songs Considered has a preview of the Live at the Royal Albert Hall DVD.
MARSHALL CRENSHAW played "Someday, Someway" for his network TV debut in 1982. (Thx, Juanito Cabrone)
BOB MOULD talks to Rolling Stone about tonight's Hüsker Dü tribute show in L.A., his future musical plans and much more.
GILLIAN WELCH & DAVE RAWLINGS talk to The Observer about authenticity, Nashville, and why there's nothing 'old' about their music.
LOS CAMPESINOS! bassist Ellen gives Nerve the awful truth about the sex lives of touring bands.
WILCO: This is CNN.
235 INDIE LABELS abandon streaming services including Spotify, Napster, Simfy, and Rdio. STHoldings said the decision was prompted by a study conducted by NPD Group and NARM which claimed that Spotify and similar streaming services were detrimental to music sales.
ROBIN GIBB is battling liver cancer, and it's not looking good.
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: To the surprise of no one, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 dominated the cineplex with 139.5 million dollars, a bit more than predicted, but a smidge behind Twilight: New Moon, the other entry in the series opening at Thanksgiving. It's the 5th biggest weekend gross ever, behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, The Dark Knight, Spider-Man 3, and New Moon. The budget for Breaking Dawn was 110 million -- and if past is prologue, it will make that much in DVD sales alone (which is probably why Part 2 is being saved for next Thanksgiving instead of next Summer). Happy Feet Two debutes at No. 2 with 22 million, about half of the original's opening frame and less than gurus predicted. The penguins are really going to have to dance to recoup a 135 million budget. Immortals looks pretty mortal in the third slot, dropping 62 percent to make 12.3 million; even so worldwide grosses total over 90 million against a 75 million budget. Jack & Jill tumble 52 percent to being in 12 million at No. 4, and may not recoup its 80 million budget domestically (not to fret; Sandler travels well). Puss in Boots rounds out the Top 5 with 10.3 million, finally skidding 57 percent after three good weekends, likely due to competition from Happy Feet Two.
DEMI MOORE & ASHTON KUTCHER: The pre-divorce fighting was intense. The ever-reliable Star magazine claims his cheating on his wife was the straw that broke the camel's back but it was the "open marriage" they had that was the downfall in their marriage.
MILA KUNIS accompanied Sgt. Scott Moore to the Marine Corps Ball on Friday night in Greenville, NC.
NATALIE WOOD: Robert Wagner is not a suspect in the 30-year-old drowning of his actress wife, and there is nothing to indicate a crime, even though the investigation has been re-opened, a sheriff's detective said Friday.
JEREMY LONDON is wanted for questioning by police following a Friday phone call from his girlfriend saying he assaulted her.
ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT will return...on Netflix?
OPRAH WINFREY will return to her cable channel in an effor to get it off life support.
THE GREAT GATSBY: An early look at Leo DiCaprio, Cery Mulligan and Tobey Maguire on set.
THE TOP FIVE BAD MOVIE SONGS, according to Joshua Leonard, who needed one.
TERROR in UZBEKISTAN? A suspected bombing took place on a rail line in southern Uzbekistan used to transport supplies to NATO forces in Afghanistan.
SYRIAN troops continued attacks despite Arab League's demand to end the "bloody repression". France and Turkey called for more pressure on Syria while Russia and China feared a slide towards civil war and called for more talks.
AFGHANISTAN: The US ambassador in Kabul cast doubt on whether US forces would be able to withdraw their troops from Afghanistan by President Barack Obama's 2014 deadline, saying key issues are far from being agreed, including how many troops, if any, will remain and on what terms.
FRED the CAT answers the phone.
THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Annick Richardson could serve up to 60 days in jail and be forced to pay a hefty fine for turning her neighborhood into a squirrel buffet.
THE COCKROACH HALL OF FAME: It may be the quirkiest little museum in all of Texas.
CAT vs SNAKE: A Perth family paid 27500 dollars in veterinary bills to keep their cat alive after it was bitten by a tiger snake.
MAYBE THE TIGER ate your piglets.