GIRLS play "Love Like A River" For No One.
THE BLACK KEYS are streaming five advance tracks from El Camino -- if you give 'em your e-mail address. It puts you on the band's mailing list, but you can opt-out later.
THE KOOKS stopped by WNYC Soundcheck for a chat and mini-set.
THE JAYHAWKS stopped by World Cafe for a chat and mini-set.
HOSPITAL SHIPS play a Tiny Desk Concert at the offices of NPR.
DR. DOG drops "That Old Black Hole" from their new LP.
THE WHO: Pete Townshend talks to Spinner about the making of Quadrophenia. PopMatters reasseses the band's second rock opera. So it's time for "5:15" from TOTP.
SONIC YOUTH: Lee Renaldo talks to Rolling Stone about making his new solo record and speculates on the future of the band after the Moore-Gordon split.
GLEN CAMPBELL had to be eased gently into the post-punk, post-indie-rock era.
JOHN DOE talks to Matthew Hale Clark of White/Light about opening for Pearl Jam, writing positive music, and not sounding like a hippie.
DON DeVITO, a Grammy-winning record producer who worked with Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Janis Joplin Aerosmith and more, has died of prostate cancer at 72.
KIM KARDASHIAN has given up on her dreams of fairy-tale romance following her disastrous public split from husband Kris Humphries after just 72 days of marriage. Humphries watched his estranged wife's reality show on Sunday and was extremely disappointed with how he was portrayed on the episode.
DANIEL CRAIG: Also not a fan of the Kardashians, if the F-bomb is any indicator.
LADY GAGA gets candid with Vanity Fair about her history with relationships.
MICHAEL JACKSON: Dr. Conrad Murray was sentenced Tuesday to four years in the Los Angeles County jail -- the maximum sentence allowed under the law -- in the death of Michael Jackson. He may serve no more than two, however.
GEORGE MICHAEL's family are maintaining an emotional bedside vigil as the stricken singer is said to be responding to treatment for severe pneumonia and "slowly improving".
EVA LONGORIA is not angry and resentful about her ex-husband's bad behavior. Just give her a minute and she'll tell you you she should be.
THE MUPPETS: The original ending. (Spoilers, as you might imagine.)
THE ARTIST -- a black-and-white silent film about Hollywood's transition to talkies in the late 1920s and the toll it takes on one actor's life -- was named best movie of the year by The New York Film Critics Circle. Meryl Steep & Brad Pitt also took honors from the group.
MARTIN SCORSESE talks to TimeOut London about his first family film, Hugo.
THE PHILIPPINES: The al Qaeda-linked Abu Sayyaf Group is responsible for yesterday's bombing that killed three people and injured 27 others during a wedding at a hotel in Zamboanga City.
SYRIA remains defiant after the Arab League imposed sanctions. France said President Assad's "days are numbered." A Libyan Islamist militia leader plans to meet with the opposition's Free Syrian Army. Russia is sending a flotilla of warships to its naval base in Syria in a show of support for the Assad government.
AFGHAN and NATO officials said Pakistan fired first, prompting the deadly airstrike in Mohmand.
IRAN: Violent protesters in Tehran broke into the UK embassy during a demonstration against sanctions imposed by Britain. Militant students removed the British flag, burnt it and replaced it with Iran's flag. In the second British diplomatic compound, in Tehran's north, between 100 and 300 protesters burst in and occupied the property. The state news agency IRNA said the protesters had foreigners in their control, whom they were described as "protecting."
BOB ROSS feeds a squirrel.
CAN THE BULLDOG BE SAVED? The breed needs an intervention. Especially with all the flatulence.
CHEEKY MONKEYS pull down student's dress in search for lost snack.
A LONE WOLF seeking a mate leads hunters on a 730-mile chase.