STEAM: The one-hit wonder with a synced take on "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye."
NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Bob Dylan, Phoebe Bridgers, Neil Young, Braids, and more.
BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Wire, Joe Pernice, Damaged Bug, and more.
THE MEKONS are streaming an "Exquisite" new album.
THURSTON MOORE shares "Hashish."
BOB DYLAN, essayed by Peggy Noonan.
PHOEBE BRIDGERS gives Stereogum a track-by-track tour of her new LP.
HUEY LEWIS writes a letter to his younger self.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes' drippy, Oscar-winning 'Officer And A Gentleman' ballad "Up Where We Belong."
IAN HOLM, who was in everything from King Lear to Alien to the Lord of the Rings trilogy, died on Friday in London. He was 88.Here's an essay at The New Yorker.
CINEPLEX won’t require guests to wear face masks in its theaters when they start reopening later this month.
AMC, OTOH, has reversed course and will require masks.
HEATHER LOCKLEAR is engaged to her high school sweetheart Chris Heisser.
LEONARDO DiCAPRIO was seen partying on a yacht to celebrate his girlfriend Camila Morrone's 23rd birthday.
TENET gets a big BTS feature from Entertainment Weekly.
DENNY O'NEIL, a leading comic-book writer who in the 1970s acquainted readers with Batman’s tougher, urban roots and injected social issues into the joint adventures of Green Lantern and Green Arrow, died on June 11 at his home in Nyack, N.Y. He was 81. The creator of Ra's al Ghul and Talia al Ghul, O'Neil is as responsible for Christopher Nolan's vision of the Batman as Frank Miller.
A BABY HIPPO, on a treadmill.
THERE'S GOING FOR A WALK, and going for a walk.
A BABY MAGPIE falls in love with a cat.