"Larry King Live" is ending after 25 years. Larry King would like to see Ryan Seacrest replace him. Meanwhile, MTV appreciates King's recent musician interviews.
Perhaps the greatest music news of the year: Guided by Voices will reunite with the classic 1993-1996 lineup to play Matador Records' 21st birthday party in Las Vegas this October.
Not sure what to make of this: The director of "The Blind Side" is in talks to bring a football drama to critically acclaimed AMC.
And Elijah Wood is about to star in a new drama for FX.
The LA Times explores the contradictory, confusing phenomenon that is Chris Brown.
Slate pays tribute to the best movies never made.
We all know Lady Gaga borrows from Madonna, but does she also steal from Ace of Base?
AV Club has a Random Roles feature with Aasif Mandvi of "The Daily Show" and "The Last Airbender".
There's a "Glee" reality show in the works?
Lots of hubbub among underground music people about Pitchfork's new blogger alliance Altered Zones.
Might have linked about this before, but are you aware Lollapalooza is under antitrust investigation due to "radius clauses" that forbid bands from playing in and around Chicago for months before and after the fest?
Oddball rapper Rammellzee is dead. R.I.P.
Lastly, here's the video for "A Cold Freezin' Night" by The Books.