Both Robert Plant releases his first album since 2005, and Basement Jaxx drops their first in five years. Interpol gets closer to their classic sound. Plus check out new EPs by Odessa and Kiesza. Fall into fall, in this week's Dig These Discs!
When Kathy Rackley told Malcolm Mitchell - a wide receiver at the University of Georgia - about her book club, she had no idea who he was, or what would happen next. CBS News reports on what one college football player calls his greatest accomplishment.
Summer may be over but XELLE aims to make this September the hottest month of the year with their exciting new single release.
John Travolta is speaking out about longtime rumors that claim he is gay amid a pending lawsuit filed against him by a former alleged lover.
Leigh Janiak's "Honeymoon" is a terrifying and stunningly assured feature-film debut.
The movie starts out with an energy of a fast paced multi-cultural family melodrama, but as soon as May's enthusiasm for her forthcoming nuptials wan, so does ours too in the aimless plot that follows.
Tom Hardy gives a mesmerizing performance as a man struggling with loneliness and a past he thought he had left behing.
A heartbreaking character study of a relationship in turmoil, "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them" features two of the best performances of the year and a tremendous character study of love and loss.
In the Arts
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including why one skateboarder loves helmets, some high-flying slam dunks and a girl's solo rendition of Michael Jackson. Plus, a Polish prankster puts his dog in a spider costume.
On Monday, September 15, Broadway legend Chita Rivera will headline at "An Evening of Song," benefiting the Art Attack Foundation at the equally legendary Birdland music club.
Tom Dolby, scion of the fabled Dolby Sound clan, along with his college chum and co-director Tom Williams, offers a quirky family drama, "Last Weekend."
The decision to not dim the lights on theater marquees Monday to pay tribute to the life of Joan Rivers, a decision made by Broadway League execs, is causing a rift in an industry that has long prided itself on being a community rather than a business.
Historians on both sides of the aisle -- and even far afield, amid the political extremists -- will find "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History" to be an irresistible addition to their home viewing collections.
Sony Masterworks continues to release new digital soundtracks from their vaults. This recording is the 1963 London Cast of an underrated Leonard Bernstein classic.
Need a little something to spice up your bedroom activity, or perhaps a little inspiration to keep things fresh and exciting? Pick up "Gayma Sutra: The Complete Guide to Sex Positions," and explore all the possibilities.