This poor Rhode Islander thought he found the perfect place to catch some rays in peace -- atop a 200 ft. tall windmill -- until a rude drone popped up to interrupt him. Guess he'll just have to invest in a personal tanning bed.
Showtime has released the official trailer for Season Five of Homeland, which returns to the network on Sun, October 4th.
The story picks up two years after the end of Season Four and finds Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) in self-imposed exile in Berlin, grappling with her disillusionment and the fallout after a disastrous
Darryl Dawkins, the 14-year NBA vet whose powerful dunks and off-court flash earned him the nickname "Chocolate Thunder," died Thursday at the age of 58. A cause of death has not been reported.
Dawkins grew up in Orlando, Florida and made history as the first player to be drafted to the
Van Morrison's seminal 1968 LP Astral Weeks and 1970's His Band and the Street Choir, will be expanded, remastered and reissued on October 30th via Warner Bros.
Both LPs will be made available digitally and on CD, each featuring a handful of previously unreleased, alternate versions of album cuts.
The expanded Astral Weeks
After parting ways with her longtime label Universal Nashville earlier this month, Jennifer Nettles has found a new home: the singer-songwriter, Broadway actress and one-half of Grammy-winning duo Sugarland has signed with Big Machine Records. The label, overseen by Music Row impresario (and American Idol mentor) Scott Borchetta, will release
Clint Black had time to kill when making On Purpose, his first new album in a decade. The multi-platinum-selling country legend was having too much fun — and wearing too many hats — making the LP to be in any sort of rush.
"I've been a maniac," he told Rolling Stone