Plus more Jay-Z!
Hollywood vs. Christmas, all over again!
Jeffrey Sheehan’s series Refuge: Images from the Corner Bistro.
Plus, new songs by Kate Nash and the Hold Steady!
Call of Duty 4 applies the franchise’s signature detail and online play to contemporary battlefields.
Gustafer and his pet eel are the subjects of a second song cycle and a CD-DVD, by one-time Wilco member Morgan Taylor.
Otto Penzler's massive new crime anthology collects 1,168 pages of dangerous dames, nasty men, scuzzy loan sharks, and dubious red herrings.
It's awfully easy to excoriate Rowling for her greedy lawsuit while praising her for her charity auction. Easy, and wrong.
... with a baseball bat?!
Last night brought the (presumably temporary) return of Karen Filippelli, who, as far as we're concerned, is always welcome — mustache or no.
Trent reads Vulture!
Is NBC finally listening?
Writers Guild contract negotiations broke down last night before the midnight deadline, presumably so members of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers could go trick-or-treating.
Columbia Law Professor Explores Hidden Connection Between U.S. Constitution and Dumbledore's Sexuality
What do Albus Dumbledore and the original framers of the United States Constitution have in common? Besides their both having inspired a plethora of highly erotic fan fiction, not much — unless you ask hip Columbia Law School professor Michael Dorf.
Suddenly an actress's accent is Fargo thick!
There are still snobs who refuse to watch The Office out of some sort of misguided loyalty to the original British version.
Apparently, the magazine was unsatisfied just spoiling it for grocery-shopping Grey's fans, and went after everyone.
The king of gruppy kids' music talks to New York.
Plus industry news on Ben Kingsley, Eli Roth, and Heroes: Origins.