Justin Timberlake may have earned seven Grammy nominations, but he still has reason to cry himself a river: The pop star was shut out of the top Grammy categories - album, song and record of the year.
No doubt you first heard Betty Who a few months ago, courtesy of Spencer Stout’s elaborately choreographed marriage proposal to his boyfriend, Dustin. You know, the one set at a Utah Home Depot?
Check out a must-eat classic: an old-school hamburger from Capitol Burgers in Los Angeles. The joint has been serving up burgers and fries since 1965, and for under $5, you can drive away totally satisfied.
Reality stars cash in on their televisual fame, with new albums by Kelly Clarkson, openly gay tenor Branden James and country star Danielle Bradbery. London’s calling with Bastille, as the U.S. revels in the "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" soundtrack.
Electro duo Erasure have a new CD out just in time for the holidays. "Snow Globe" includes both traditional songs and some original music. Andy Bell ruminates on the duo’s latest album.
Your gift giving can have an even greater impact when you choose to pay it forward by bestowing your loved ones with items that benefit a reputable nonprofit organization. From kitsch to couture, a little intention goes a long way.
Broadway Records releases the studio cast recording for a new musical that’s establishing an award-winning pedigree in pursuit of further productions.
The boy band probably won’t win awards or tons of new fans with this infectious collection of light and airy dance tracks, but it’s tons of fun regardless.
The progressive rock icons have a new live album, for the first time featuring a string ensemble on this triple disc set.