U2: "Pride" and "MLK." Crushingly obvious. Have a dream.
NEW RELEASES: Paste will pint you to Elvis Costello, Cat Power, Earl Sweatshirt, and more.
BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Molly Nilsson, Balkans, Elephant Stone, and more.
BLEACHERS, Live on Saturday Night.
REMEMBERING RONNIE SPECTOR, the Beating Heart of Rock 'n 'Roll.
RACHEL NAGY, leader of the garage-rock band the Detroit Cobras, has died.
FRED PARRIS, frontman for the doo-wop group the Five Satins, has died at 85.
DALLAS FRAZIER, the songwriter responsible for "Alley-Oop," "Elvira," “Beneath Still Waters” and many more, has died at 82.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Mariah Carey's 'MTV Unplugged' cover of the Jackson 5 classic "I'll Be There."
DION: A vintage performance of "Abraham, Martin & John."
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Scream tops the chart with an estimated 36MM over the holiday weekend, pretty much right in line with the first couple of sequels and a good-for-horror B+ CinemaScore. It remains to be seen whether this was front-loaded or gets leggy. Spider-Man: No Way Home places with 26M, still seggy with new cometition as it's about to become the fourt-biggest domestic grosser in history. Sing 2 shows with 11MM, a decidedly leggy number given that it's also streaming.
JUSTIFIED is coming back as a limited series.
BRITNEY & LAMIE-LYNN SPEARS: Their feud escalates.
JONAH HILL, on reprioritizing comedy, and why he's open to a Superbad sequel under one very specific condition.
NICOLE KIDMAN, shocked at the love for her AMC ad.
NEW YORKERS, checking out Florida properties.
ALLIGATORS, getting their mouths washed out with soap.
SQUIRREL, check your privilege.