AV Club has an interview with the creators/stars of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which begins its fourth season Thursday night on FX.
MTV is taking Total Request Live off the air after 10 years.
Ted Leo has released a surprise charity EP to benefit the victims of violence outside the Republican National Convention.
Ciara had an interesting wardrobe on the cover of Vibe. It's sort of an Emperor's New Clothes thing.
The Brooklyn bar Heath Ledger invested in before his death is set to open tomorrow.
Pitchfork has an interview with Craig Wedren of the recently reunited Shudder to Think.
Thank the Lord! Kanye West is re-recording "Love Lockdown" after negative response from the blogosphere.
Lame! AMC is pushing back the next episode of Mad Men to two weeks from now so fans can watch the Emmys and see if the stars of their favorite shows win.
There's an interesting war brewing between Apple and Warner Bros.
The dude from Korn covering Lil Wayne? No thanks.
HBO is planning an Abraham Lincoln miniseries from David Simon (The Wire, Generation Kill) and Tom Fontana (Oz).
Lastly, R.I.P. Richard Wright, a founding member of Pink Floyd. In tribute, here's Wright's spectacular "Us and Them."