EW has a first look at their cover story on Curb Your Enthusiasm's unconventional Seinfeld reunion.
Ellie Greenwich, who co-authored untold classic pop and soul tracks in the 1960s, passed away yesterday at age 68. R.I.P.
A site called The Awl is running a video game column by Ryan Adams, and Idolator says it's "a delight."
Pitchfork continues its look back on the music of the Aughts with an overview of the decade in pop.
Speaking of Pitchfork, Buddyhead took the hatchet to that site's top 500 singles of the decade list. Apparently they've got some problems with stuff like Kelly Clarkson and R. Kelly getting taken seriously.
With the new TV season about to launch, TV Guide reminds us where 27 series left off at the end of last season.
Meanwhile, Paste runs down the major changes on the revamped, post-Braff Scrubs.
They also ran down 25 indie films to catch this fall.
Josh Schwartz (The O.C., Chuck, Gossip Girl) is creating a new sitcom for CBS.
Could this be the oldest written music?
Gotta check out this star-studded track from the soundtrack to the new LeBron documentary More Than a Game: "Forever" by Drake featuring Lil Wayne, Kanye West and Eminem.
Lastly, speaking of Weezy: He's collaborating with Madonna, and he wants all you kids out there to stay in school. See?
Lil Wayne for Get Schooled from Get Schooled on Vimeo.