Skateboarder Mitchie Brusco is the first to land a 1080 on the Mega Ramp at the X Games. We're gonna do the same thing, only with nachos instead of a skateboard and instead of a ramp, we use our mouth.
Franz Ferdinand's new album is Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action. They're our favorite Scottish band since Sean Connery's doo-wop group, The Four Burrs.
Dan St. Germain is our favorite liqueur-named comedian, right after Steve Creme de Menthe.
Did you know that our friend Kevin Nealon was trained as an orthodontist before getting into comedy? It's not true at all, but doesn't it FEEL right?
Like the great philosophers Donny & Marie once said, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros are a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n roll. Their eponymous album is out now.
Darren Criss has conquered Broadway in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," and TV in "Glee." If he can just guest-host "Car Talk," he can check radio off his list of media domination.
The day after Tom Odell signed to a record label, his car got stolen. We would've put out an APB out on those ruffians from One Direction. Tom's new album is Long Way Down