An open letter to the actor/musician about why he should record a new album instead of filming a new role
See our picks for biggest anti-climax, most disappointing athlete, and least scandalous scandal
The basketball player returns to Cleveland tonight, and nearly all odds are against him
A survey of attempts to make music in honor of the festival, from Adam Sandler to Woody Guthrie
Every year, we skip from Halloween to Christmas, barely paying attention to our national celebration of gratitude
Backlash against the Baz Luhrmann-directed film has been intense—but most critics have been missing the point
A story of breaking free from addiction—and making Sundays fun again
The British indie band is trying to make it in the U.S. We check in on their American tour to see if they are succeeding.
The Giants and the Rangers both have their strengths and weaknesses. How to pick which one to support.
When a team loses, a city's citizens react in a very predictable cycle
In honor of what would have been his 70th birthday, a look at his impact on the world and those who came after him
The "Late Late Show" host is as welcome in Kansas City as he is at Carnegie Hall. Why?
A visit to Mobilityland, which houses a racetrack where people can have "a day to fully enjoy as American"
Snobs pan the sport for its unruly fans and excessive violence. But they're part of the beauty of the game.
Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to take two games from pre-season and put them in the regular season
As California prepares to vote on marijuana legalization, a look at how music has influenced public perception of the drug
How visitors from outer space see the Religion of the MLB
It's time to pick your NFL team. Here's how, whether you're a newbie or a veteran.
From diving to chess, why some skill-requiring activities fit the definition and others don't
The musician has a unique style of singing—and makes some powerful reflections on the Holocaust.