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The WSJ Book Club has been reading Alice Munro’s 1998 collection of short stories, “The Love of a Good Woman,” this month with author Curtis Sittenfeld. Join us next week on Thursday, August 28 at 12 noon EST, when Ms. Sittenfeld will lead a live video discussion about the book.
Matt Sharp discusses "Lost in Alphaville," the first album by the Rentals in 15 years.
Disney is bringing as much Star Wars firepower as possible to bear against competitors as it prepares to roll out a new Star Wars film.
Read Speakeasy's review of the new game "Madden NFL 15"
Read Speakeasy's recap of "So You Think You Can Dance."
Though it took more than three years to complete, “11 11” by Guy Gerber and Puff Daddy says much about the current state of electronic dance music. In brief, neither artist wanted to be associated with EDM’s stale, formulaic sound. “I...Show More Summary
The two acclaimed series will return with 12 episodes each in 2015.
Longtime “Simpsons” showrunner Al Jean breaks down his five favorite “Simpsons” episodes from the show’s first 25 seasons.
AMC said it ordered a second season of its computer-industry drama "Halt and Catch Fire" and will air the show next summer.
The rapper's latest visual is a not-so-subtle ode to female sexuality
Emma Stone will replace Michelle Williams as Sally Bowles in “Cabaret,” producers said today. Alan Cumming, who plays the Kit Kat Klub host, also extended his commitment until March 29. The show was previously scheduled to close in January.
Singer Kate Bush, who last went on tour in 1979, has requested that fans not take photos or video during her coming show at the Hammersmith Apollo. Audience photography and recordings were long banned at concerts but in recent years have become common.
Jazz trio the Bad Plus premieres their album "Inevitable Western" on Speakeasy.
The Foo Fighters put their weight behind the "ice bucket challenge" by posting a 3-minute video that pays homage to 1970s horror flick “Carrie.”
Read Speakeasy's recap of "Pretty Little Liars," season 5, episode 11.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul of "Breaking Bad" join Julia Louis-Dreyfus for a spoof of another show, "Pawn Stars." The send-up is part of a promotional spot for the Emmy Awards.
In this week's First Lines: The Call Me Ishael Project, opening lines from new books by William Deresiewicz, Matthew Thomas, and Julie Schumacher
Kate Gosselin and her eight children will be back on the small screen on TLC three years after the network dropped the show.
Horror fans rejoice! "The Strain" will continue to spread for at least another season. FX Networks said Tuesday that it renewed the apocalyptic vampire saga for a second, 13-episode season after the Guillermo Del Toro-Carlton Cuse production...Show More Summary
The NFL is looking at Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Coldplay as possible Super Bowl halftime acts. But will the artists go along with a planned "pay for play” arrangement?