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While Letterman may not have gotten the Tonight Show gig that he so wanted, hindsight tells us it wasn't the show that made the man, but the man who made the show. And for that reason, after all this time, it is undeniable that David Letterman really was the successor to Johnny Carson after all.
What do those two events -- a poll of religious identification and the climax of an iconic period drama -- have in common? In a very real sense, that last glimpse of Don prefigures the rise of the SBNRs.
Known for his phenomenal collaborations, Josh's new album boasts duets with the likes of Audra McDonald and Kelly Clarkson. In this clip, he opens up about the "intimidation factor" he still feels when working with some of music's biggest names.
The finale of Mad Men was not what I expected. The day before the finale aired I was hoping Don Draper would change his name to Dick Whitman and turn his back on the advertising world.
Finales of TV series are tough to pull off. Let's all agree. That said, Matthew Weiner, creator of Mad Men, and his team pulls off a finale by capturing hearts and minds, and also with closure.
If you took the world of The Jetsons, and made it a live-action film location, that would describe the visuals for the mysterious, glorious and fantastical place of Brad Bird's Tomorrowland. Seeing it is easy. Getting there is difficult.
Jia Zhangke's Mountains May Depart, a three-act movie beginning in 1999 and ending in 2025, seems very light in the first act.
In a bitter bit of déjà vu, Tomorrowland ends up suffering from the exact same flaws Prometheus before it did: Great premise, terrific visuals, airball at the buzzer.
When is a show a master stroke and a missed opportunity at the same time? When it's a remounting of the Elevator Repair Service's adaptation of William Faulkner's The Sound And The Fury.
It has been the talk of the web the past week, as dear Sansa, tragic Sansa, victimized Sansa -- was just put through the grinder. Yet again. Damn, that was a hard scene to watch, and one I'm sure I'll never watch again.
With roots in prog and indie rock, Seattle-based four-piece band Gumshen has been striving to create a truly one of a kind sound. They have achieved their goal by elegantly swan diving into the world of EDM and electronica.
OK, I'll admit it. I'll admit that I was skeptical when I heard about the "remake" of Mad Max. I enjoy powerful and happy nostalgia for the giddy "I-don't-give-a-flying-f" exuberance of the first two movies.
Ever wondered what it would be like to quit your job and spend the rest of your life traveling the world visiting theme parks? I'm sure we all have. For Stefan Zwanzger, there is no wondering about it.
I recently attended opening night of Taproot Theatre's Jeeves Intervenes and found it to be a surprisingly delightful, enjoyable show. Based on P.G. Wodehouse's writing, this classic comedy take place in 1926 and has all the making of a British Marx Brothers-like show.
At first glance, Dave Grohl and Dave Letterman have little in common other than sharing the same first name. While Letterman grew up in Indiana and was married for the first time in 1969, the same year Grohl was born in Ohio, the two eventually became power players in the same decade.
She's the woman you love to hate, but Karrine Steffans is laughing all the way to the bank.
With a nine-course "Midwestern Tapas" menu in which each course uniquely fits into the three-hour performance and five generously poured wines in the accompanying flight, Café Nordo's first production in its new permanent location is an experiential spectacle for the senses.