Chicken skin is the latest culinary craze to hit the foodie circuit.
With all the synthesizers, drum machines and overproduced gloss, picking the worst of the "rad" decade is like shooting fish in a barrel.
For a lion king, Simba sure looks like a cash cow. What other movies would like to see re-released in 3D?
R.I.P. to R.E.M. The alternative rock group that shook up the music world with its experimental, edgy sound and then earned multiplatinum success and a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced on its website Wednesday that it has "decided to call it a day as a band."
It happens to the best of songs. You hear them the first, second, or even the tenth time, and you just love them.
"Abbey Road on the River," a multi-day festival devoted to the British Invasion, is well under way at the Gaylord National here.
MTV is now 30 years old, and it's been a long time since it was a 24-hour music channel. Join the conversation on Twitter using #mtv30 or on Facebook.
Amy Winehouse's two albums have climbed back into the top five on Amazon and iTunes.
Amy Winehouse -- whose long and very public battle with addiction formed the basis of some of her songs -- was found dead in her home this weekend.
So how do you take your hot dog? A simple question, but for some people, them's fightin' words!
Think of some of the best music videos of all time. What comes to mind?
Who do you think the Queen of Pop is?
They say rock and roll will never die, but it sure can make you feel old.
We fathers don't ask for much, though. Many of us don't even need the neckties that have become a Father's Day gift cliche.
Sad news on E Street. Clarence Clemons, the legendary saxophone player who belted out powerhouse solos alongside Bruce Springsteen for 40 years, has died.
Some songs are so good, they've got to be recorded more than once.
Entertainment awards season may be around February or March, but don't tell that to the people at Billboard magazine.
By now you've heard the prediction that the world will end, or at least begin to end, Saturday around 6 p.m. Rapture, Judgement Day, The End, Armageddon are the topic of a lot of online conversation.
Joey Ramone fans are remembering him today -- what would have been his 60th birthday.
Looking at what's new on iTunes, you'd think the 80s never ended. Which is odd, considering there was no iTunes in the 80s.