SMOKEY ROBINSON & THE MIRACLES: "Tears of a Clown." Originally released in 1967, but it didn't become a hit until 1970. Sometimes, a hit takes time.
DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE visits World Cafe.
PETER GABRIEL returns with "Panopticon."
TREY ANASTASIO & JACK ANTONOFF cover The Nationsl's "Bloodbuzz Ohio."
NICK CAVE has started work on a new album.
LOW's Alan Sparhawk battles for control of the master recordings for Low’s early discography from Universal Music Group.
CAGE THE ELEPHANT singer Matthew Shultz has been arrested for illegal gun possession.
DON WILLIAMS, who partnered with Andy Williams and their brothers, Dick and Bob, in a singing foursome that performed on the radio, in the movies and with Bing Crosby and Kay Thompson, has died. He was 100.
GORDY HARMON, a founding member of the long-running R&B group the Whispers, has died at 79.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Kanye West's biggest chart hit, the lively and complicated Jamie Foxx collab "Gold Digger."
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Avatar 2 remains atop the chart with 45MM on a 33 percent drop, performing much like the original. M3GAN places with 30.2MM, pretty impressive for the horror genre. Puss In Boots 2 shows with13.1MM on a 22 percent drop, reflecting the dearth of family fare on the big screen.
GLADIATOR 2 is in the works with Ridley Scott and Paul Mescal.
THE ROYALS set up a war room to address Harry's memoir.
ELI ROTH is finally making a Thanksgiving movie.
RON JEREMY may be incompetent to stand trial for sexual assault.
CLAIRE DANES & HUGH DANCY are expecting their third child.
SHOULD STUDIOS Pull the Plug on Prestige?
HENRY GROSSMAN, a photographer who was best known for his formal portraits of celebrities and other public figures — but who also, less famously, immortalized the Beatles on film in thousands of unscripted antics while juggling a side career as a Metropolitan Opera tenor and a Broadway bit player — died on Nov. 27 in Englewood, N.J. He was 86.
ADAM RICH, best known for starring in the television drama-comedy Eight Is Enough, has died. He was 54.
EARL BOEN, a veteran character and voice actor best known for his role as Dr. Peter Silberman in "The Terminator" movies, died Thursday in Hawaii. He was 81.
A BUNNY, a bucket.
AN OTTER makes like a copter.
A BORDER COLLIE covers the cutoff.
TWO DOGGOS brought a friend home.
TWO DOGGOS, making out.