Soundgarden and Family Honor Chris Cornell at Seattle Statue Unveiling

A massive crowd gathered on a misty Sunday to honor the late grunge pioneer Chris Cornell. The Seattle Museum of Pop Culture unveiled a life-size bronze statue of the late Soundgarden singer, which was commissioned by his widow, Vicky Cornell. She was there with their children Lily, Toni and Christopher, as well as Cornell’s former …

See Kacey Musgraves Sing Hopeful 'Happy and Sad' on 'Ellen'

Kacey Musgraves visited the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, performing “Happy and Sad,” from the CMA-nominated LP, Golden Hour. A ballad of romantic promise tinged with melancholy, the gauzy tune, which Musgraves wrote with her Golden Hour co-producers, Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk, seems a perfect fit for the changing seasons, etched as it is …

New Kids on the Block Set 'MixTape' Tour With Salt-N-Pepa, Naughty by Nature

New Kids on the Block have recruited fellow Nineties stars Salt-N-Pepa, Naughty by Nature, Debbie Gibson and Tiffany for their massive MixTape Tour, which launches next spring. The 53-city tour kicks off May 2nd in Cincinnati, Ohio and touches nearly every corner of the continental U.S. before concluding July 14th in Hollywood, Florida. Tickets for …

Foo Fighters, Iggy Pop, Nirvana Reunion Highlight Euphoric Cal Jam 18

The rumors came true in the final hour of Cal Jam on Saturday: Dave Grohl, back behind the drum kit, closed the second year of his annual rock festival with a six-song Nirvana reunion, including survivors Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear, briefly reviving the classic grunge sound and attitude of one of the great acts …

See Travis Scott Enlist John Mayer, Tame Impala for 'SNL' Performance

After Travis Scott teased on The Tonight Show that he had surprises in store for his debut Saturday Night Live musical guest spot, the rapper delivered by recruiting all-star guests like John Mayer, Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker and producer Mike Dean. For Scott’s opening performance, the Houston rapper formed an unlikely supergroup with Mayer and Parker to perform a …

Brett Kavanaugh Narrowly Confirmed By Senate in Historic, Controversial Vote

WASHINGTON — The Senate confirmed Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Saturday by a vote of 50 to 48, bringing to a close one of the ugliest and most polarizing Supreme Court nomination battles in modern American history, one that might galvanize women and Democratic voters in November. Kavanaugh is the second justice appointed to the high …

Anti-Susan Collins Campaign Raises $2 Million, Crashes During Kavanaugh Speech

Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) extinguished any lingering hopes that she might cast the deciding vote against Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court on Friday afternoon. As she delivered her lengthy speech on the Senate floor, a crowd-funding site created to fund a Democratic challenge to Collins in 2020 crashed. “This entire process was up …

'The Hate U Give' Screenwriter Audrey Wells Dies Day Before Film's Release

The Hate U Give screenwriter Audrey Wells died following a long battle with cancer Thursday, a day before the film opened in theaters. Wells was 58. Wells previously penned the scripts for films like The Truth About Cats and Dogs, George of the Jungle, A Dog’s Purpose and Under the Tuscan Sun, which she also …

'Private Life' Review: Laughter, Tears, Great Actors and the Infertility Blues

Private Life starts with what sounds like an extremely private moment: shuffling, muted grunts and sheet-rustling, playing over a black screen. The natural inclination is think the the film is about to open on a couple either in the throes of middle-aged passion, or maybe some post-coital awkwardness. We’ve seen enough character-driven dramedies to know …