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Articles From June 9, 2011
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 10:00 PM ET
Tom Waits drops mysterious clues about his forthcoming album.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 55:00 PM ET
During the tent pole seasons, and no, that's not an Anthony Weiner joke, movies are driven by marketing as much as by stars or storyline.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 20:00 PM ET
En route to Boston, the band's bus broke down, and as morning broke, they found themselves stuck on the side of the road.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 20:00 PM ET
I was talking with my friend Bill Hunt from The Digital Bits the other day and the subject of Blu-ray 3D came up. We're occasionally asked what we think about this upstart new format. The honest answer is we don't...
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 15:00 PM ET
From the makers of "Conan the Barbarian: The Musical" and "Terminator 2: The Opera."
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 45:00 PM ET
And now, the end is near, Harry Potter faces his final curtain...For Potter fans, the end of the 14-year media saga (books and films) really IS almost over, with no books forthcoming from J.K. Rowling's magical brain, and the eighth...
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 15:00 PM ET
No wonder sex and all its intricacies is one of the top reasons for divorce. Signing on the dotted line to get out is worth not having to open-up to get off.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 55:00 PM ET
While finding the time to read is one of the biggest obstacles I face when it comes to demolishing my directory of unread literature, the idea of spending a fortune on a book is one I just don't take well. So, I've discovered some ways to make my imagination and my wallet happy at the same time.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 40:00 PM ET
The ability to communicate feelings and thought with your audience, large or small, is an unmapped road filled with sharp, cutting brambles. That is to say, in the world of music, it can be a brutal experience to share your...
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 55:00 PM ET
DC internships ain't what they used to be, yet it's hardly surprising that the status of the once coveted resume builder is mirroring the community that offers them.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 25:00 PM ET
Just a day after Apple didn't release another iPhone and instead unveiled its new Web-based service iCloud, Steve Jobs has announced he will be leaving his mark on the architecture industry.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 02:05 AM ET
The woman with a tattoo sleeve of 152 of her Facebook friends, reported here yesterday, left some questioning the impact of social media in our lives. It turns out the tattoo was a hoax and an extremely effective publicity stunt, fueled by the impact social media does have in our modern world.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 05:00 AM ET
Way to go Cooper. Thank God, someone is talking truth to power over there on CNN. The phrase "shooting fish in a barrel" didn't come to mind at all during your take down?
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 00:00 AM ET
The titles, never before available on DVD, have a decidedly macho bent this time out, tying in with a Father's Day promotion.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 00:00 AM ET
Nintendo has taken almost an entire generation to reach this peak of visual fidelity and hardware power which was already available in 2006. On the Microsoft and Sony side, their console cycle is winding down.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 45:00 AM ET
If you came for Super Slow (although why is beyond me), you shouldn't suddenly be running Tabata intervals on the treadmill. Be smart and be safe!
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 20:00 AM ET
"The weird thing about Super 8 is that it was not intended to be an homage to Steven Spielberg," J.J. Abrams tells The Morton Report.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 15:00 AM ET
Expanding on Radiohead's launch of their album "In Rainbows" by offering a 'Pay what you like' download option, The Kaiser Chiefs are charging for the download but giving fans a way to make a little back by promoting it.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 30:00 AM ET
Moby gets electrocuted on an Amsterdam stage. Lives to tweet about it.
Thursday Jun 9, 2011 00:00 AM ET
... as the old music industry maxim goes, suggesting that behind the story of every chart-topping release, there's another one involving courts, allegations and lawyers.

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