Plus: How long did Morris have to wait for Lynndie England to get out of jail before he could interview her?
From the 600-pound Hawaiian guy who sang it first, Israel Kamakawiwo'ole.
Last night, the Idol finalists sang "inspirational music." Also, Sindbad was there!
Is Idol's greatest-ever contestant recycling his old material? Yes, and we have YouTube evidence to prove it!
Finally, someone finds a way to speak to these convergent fan bases!
Plus: New music from 50 Cent and the National!
Some clever video-editing nerd has created a pretty excellent montage of Lost characters wondering what, exactly, is going on.
Increasingly, Dzama’s subjects are war, greed, anger; his tone macabre even if whimsical.
"I’d been dancing in a strip mall outside Phoenix. I didn't know what I was getting myself into."
Ben Mezrich's MIT card-counting thriller is now the latest nonfiction book to come under scrutiny by people who think "nonfiction" means "true."
Plus: Thomas Haden Church on the gift of 'Wings'.
Well, we've been reading since yesterday morning, and we've got a bunch of 'em!
Are we finally getting a movie version of 'That's My Bush!'? It sure looks like it!
While Patrick Goldstein makes a number of excellent points about the changing role of criticism in American culture, his essay suffers from its anticlimactic conclusion.
So is there time travel in this season of Lost or not?
Making its online debut today is Qtrax, a free, ad-supported, peer-to-peer service with a song catalog to rival Apple's iTunes. Too bad it's terrible in almost every way!
"He was in the glee club. Stone stupid."
"You cross me, I'm a snake. But on a straight-up proposition, with a handshake? My word is my bond."
Plus industry news on Beyoncé, Robert Redford, and Gnarls Barkley.
How much money does it take to get a guy to abandon his publishing house of 43 years?
What might "Stairway to Heaven" have sounded like if it had been recorded for the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night instead of Led Zeppelin's IV? Like this, we guess.