THE MONKEES: The TV version of "You Just May Be the One," which differs from the LP version and has more cowbell.
THE DECEMBERISTS play a full set at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival.
LORD HURON stops by Morning Becomes Ecectic.
BOYGENIUS: Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus share three songs from their new joint.
J MASCIS shares "See You At The Movies."
SOFT CELL returns with "Northern Lights," their first new song in 15 years.
PEARL JAM covers Bowie's "Rebel, Rebel," much as Pate once did.
THE MC5(0):: Wayne Kramer talks to The Guardian about his autobiography.
JAPANESE BREAKFAST: Michelle Zauner has an essay at The New Yorker.
EDDIE WILLIS, the original Motown Funk Brother whose muted, propulsive guitar style earned him the nickname “Chank,” died Monday (Aug. 20) at age 82.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Byrds' electrified Pete Seeger cover "Turn! Turn! Turn!"
ASIA ARGENTO denies she had sex with a 17-year-old and that Anthony Bourdain paid him off.
ARETHA FRANKLIN reportedly left no will.
BOND 25 director Dammy Boyle exits over the obligatory "creative differences."
KELLY MARIE TRAN responds to online harassment.
CHER claims Jack Nicholson and George Miller thought she was too old and not sexy enough for The Witches of Eastwick.
VERONICA MARS is close to a Hulu reboot with original creator Rob Thomas and series star Kristen Bell on board.
BARBARA HARRIS, the wildly talented actress, comedian and singer who starred on Broadway and in such films as Nashville, Family Plot and Freaky Friday before shunning show business, has died. She was 83.
CHARLIE, a service dog, helps a veteran with a traumatic brain injury.
SUBWAY GOATS, rescued by Jon Stewart, part of your 2018 Mad Libs.
BLACK BEARS are moving into residential areas of north New Jersey.
ANIMAL CRACKERS escape their cages.