THE CAPTAIN & TENNILLE may have ultimately divorced, but here's "Love Will Keep Us Together" for Daryl Dragon's birthday.
SHANNON SHAW visits Morning Becomes Eclectic.
DERMOT KENNEDY stops by the World Cafe.
SARAH SISKIND plays the Mountain Stage.
COLTER WALL shares "Saskatchewan 1881."
DANIELSON returns with "Snap Outtavit.”
INTERPOL shares a video for "If You Really Love Nothing," ft. Kristen Stewart and Finn Whitrock.
THE KINKS' Dave Davies is releasing an album of never-before-heard solo material recorded from 1971 to 1979.
PRINCE's family sues the doctor who prescribed him pain pills.
JOHN LENNON's assassin has been denied parole a 10th time.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Simon & Garfunkel's iconic folk-rock single "The Sound Of Silence."
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Crazy Rich Asians repeats atop the chart with 25MM on an astoundingly leggy 6 percent drop. This sort of thing usually doesn't happen unless your second weekend contains a holiday. It's almost certain to clear 100MM domestic, an amazing feat for a rom-com these days. Next week is a holiday, with no serious competition, so expect the rich to get richer. The Meg places with13MM on a 38 percent drop, again reflecting the lack of competition in the dog days of cinema. The Happytime Murders shows with 10MM against a reported 40MM budget. In the fourth slot, Mission: Impossible - Fallout takes in another 8MM on a leggy 26 percent drop as it closes in on 200MM domestic. Disney's Christopher Robin rounds out the Top Five with 6.3MM, but even without competition, this seems likely to fall short of the 100MM+ Disney likely hoped for.
JOHN McCAIN, the proud naval aviator who climbed from depths of despair as a prisoner of war in Vietnam to pinnacles of power as a Republican congressman and senator from Arizona and a two-time contender for the presidency, died on Saturday at his home in Arizona. He was 81.
NEIL SIMON, the playwright whose name was synonymous with Broadway comedy and commercial success in the theater for decades, and who helped redefine popular American humor with an emphasis on the frictions of urban living and the agonizing conflicts of family intimacy, died on Sunday in Manhattan. He was 91.
ROBIN LEACH, the veteran entertainment journalist best known for his work on TV's Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, died early Friday morning. He was 76.
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 3 is being put on hold for the time being as Marvel and Disney regroup on the project.
BEN AFFLECK and JENNIFER GARNER have settled their divorce case and the final settlement will be filed with the court after Ben gets out of rehab.
PRINCE HARRY and MEGHAN MARKLE got a dog.
AZEALIA BANKS released a letter apologizing to Elon Musk following her recent high-profile stay at the SpaceX founder's house.
JOAQUIN PHOENIX responds to critics who attacked his upcoming portrayal of The Joker.
OSCAR ISSAC calls the Oscars’ new popular movie category ‘pretty stupid’.
TRUE DETECTIVE: Season Three has a teaser trailer online.
A BEAR wandered into the lobby of the hotel that inspired The Shining.
PREGNANT PIPE FISH DADS might eat their unborn babies and save the nutrients for the prospects of mating with a superior mother.
MARIMO: Float by day, sink by night.
BISON TAUNTER sentenced to 130 days in jail.