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It's a real heartwarmer.

“The Americans,” a new FX drama about KGB agents living in America during the 1980s, premiere tonight and it’s very, very good. Stars Keri Russell (“Felicity”) and Matthew Rhys (“Brothers & Sisters”) give incredible performances, but where “The Americans” truly shines is in creating a tense spy thriller built on character more than plot. But the Cold War spy storyline is excellent too. This is a must watch premiere, and I predict “The Americans” will prove to be a better spy series than the award-winning, cultural phenomenon “Homeland.”

Producer John B. Carls will speak at the Canzani Center Gallery this evening. The lecture is free and starts at 7 p.m.

Delve into the Columbus producer's evocative productions.

Do your funny GIFs make too little noise? Then you'll love GIFs with sound!

Five quick thoughts on Monday's show.

A Pep Talk for America

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It's Tuesday. We could all use a little motivation.

Even more concert announcements in a week full of them.

Also appearing: Little Green Cars, Family of the Year, The Virginmarys, The Neighbourhood, Guards and San Cisco.

More announcements coming later today.