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Blur Is Back and Even Noel Gallagher Likes It

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Blur Is Back, With an Album So Good Even Noel Gallagher Likes It

Modern life is terrific.

The Year of the Very Long Novel

When did books get so freaking long?

Conan O’Brien, Tina Fey, and More Share Their Favorite Letterman Memories

“[I remember] how incredibly freezing cold his studio is. It’s horrible!”

Bob’s Burgers Recap: A Double-Double, Finale-ly

Two doses of morals.

Apparently, Playing Ferg Donnelly on Mad Men Was Not Acting

According to a BuzzFeed report, Paul Johansson acted inappropriately with staffers.

We Are Your Friends Trailer: Zac Efron, Sexy DJ, Is the Voice of a Generation

It's like The Social Network, but for EDM bros.

Why Is Sexuality on Trial in Game of Thrones?

"King's Landing was sort of like spring break. It used to be, you could do whatever you wanted and get away with it."

Mad Men’s Finale May Be Its Most-Watched Episode Ever

A lot of people tuned in for Don Draper’s Moment of Om.

RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Very Mediocre ‘Final’ Episode

An uneven hour of TV.

M.I.A. Says She Can’t Release Her New Video Because of ‘Cultural Appropriation’

The artist spoke out on Twitter.

The Strange Story of Bob Dylan’s Triumphant First Letterman Performance

As Dylan prepares to bid adieu to Dave, the untold tale behind his legendary 1984 Late Night performance.

Mad Men’s Jay R. Ferguson on Stan’s Big Finale Moment: You ‘Had to Have Seen It Coming’

And that magnificent beard.

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials Trailer: Look, It’s Littlefinger!

Spoiler alert: They're still in a maze.

Letterman Was Great, Even in the Very First Episode of Late Night

If something as groundbreaking and culturally influential as Late Night With David Letterman were to premiere today, would we recognize it right away? My initial hunch was no.

Starbucks Officially Goes Digital, Announces Deal With Spotify

Sorry, Hov.

Nirvana and Guns N’ Roses’ Bass Players Cover ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ Like Two Goofballs Without Cares in the World (Because They Are Bass Players)

Must be nice.

The Shove, the Kiss, and the Hug on Mad Men’s Finale

"That tells me it's a great ending, that you can sit here and talk about it."

George Clooney, Brad Bird, and Damon Lindelof on Tomorrowland, Twitter, and Dealing With the Haters

"This is a very different sort of conversation than you have for most summer movies, isn't it?"

Jimmy Fallon’s Touching Tribute to David Letterman

"He taught us how to do something smart and stupid for comedy."

Matthew Weiner’s Thoughts on the End of Mad Men (in His Characters’ Own Words)

Coded within the final episodes lay any number of passages that illustrate the way Weiner feels about the end of the show.

The Met Is Finally Doing Something With Its Whitney Hand-Me-Down, the Breuer Building

The air is alive with the sound of museums!

Looking at Frida Kahlo’s Downright Racy Plant Paintings at the Botanical Garden

Forget the artist’s outré private life; what about her outré portrayal of poinsettias?

A CSI Postmortem: What Was Great About the Gore

When the procedural departs, it’ll take an era of TV along with it.

Pan’s Totally Normal Flying Boats Look Fun

Why is Vin Diesel not in this movie?

The Force Awakens Is Trying Not to Be a Bloated Blockbuster

According to screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan, who adds we might see Lando Calrissian in another Star Wars movie.

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