Oct 04, 2013 Live Web Exclusive

CHVRCHES thrilled to a near-packed house in Philadelphia.  More


Dark Horse

Oct 04, 2013 Comic Books Issue #47 - September/October 2013 - MGMT

Followers of comics writer Alex DeCampi's Twitter will find her occasionally grumbling about her lack of paid work in comics. Her career-sized output coupled with her hobby-sized income is an even deeper injustice when one considers the quality of her work, and Smoke/Ashes may in fact be her best. More


Days Are Gone


Oct 04, 2013 Music Web Exclusive

While much has been said about HAIM (including comparisons to TLC and the use of the puzzling phrase "esoteric pop"), it's Stevie Nicks and gang who have seemed to haunt nearly every piece of press since we first wrapped our ears around the Forever EP in February of last year. More

Sean Saves the World

NBC, Thursdays 9/8 Central

Oct 03, 2013 TV Web Exclusive

Sean (Sean Hayes), a Chicago manager at an online retail company, is gay and years-divorced from the mother of their 14-year-old daughter, Ellie (Samantha Isler). More

The Millers

CBS, Thursdays 8:30/7:30 Central

Oct 03, 2013 TV Web Exclusive

Divorced newscaster Nathan Miller (Will Arnett) and former teenage mom Debbie (Jayma Mays) are siblings. Their parents, Carol and Tom (Margo Martindale, Beau Bridges), are forced to leave their home after Tom floods their basement. More

Welcome to the Family

NBC, Thursdays 8:30/7:30 Central

Oct 03, 2013 TV Web Exclusive

Welcome to the Family is another teen pregnancy sitcom. Think Reba, except on Welcome to the Family, the girl, Molly (Ella Rae Peck) is stupider than the guy, Junior (Joseph Haro). Junior, a valedictorian on his way to Stanford and higher education in the sciences, is stopped in his tracks when irresponsible Molly, barely scraping through high school and on her way to Arizona State University and an indeterminate future, announces she is pregnant. More

Dr. Dog



Oct 03, 2013 Music Issue #47 - September/October 2013 - MGMT

Dr. Dog has gotten to the point where its songs sound effortless. It's not about intricate constructionalthough there's nothing sloppy or flawed about any of these songsbut rather a mood. More



In the Red

Oct 03, 2013 Music Issue #47 - September/October 2013 - MGMT

Here's a toast to Tony McPhee. It seems like "Raise" on FUZZ's self-titled debut could be an unabashed tribute to McPhee's group The Groundhogs, one of those old-guy bands that some fangeezer will insist you give a chancelisten to them if you haven't already; they're right. More


NBC, Wednesdays 10/9 Central

Oct 02, 2013 TV Web Exclusive

That the main character is in a wheelchair doesn't make Ironside any different from a rote police procedural. A remake of the late '60s/early '70s show of the same name, the titular character is a detective paralyzed by a bullet, wheelchair-bound but still on the job. More