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April 3, 2014 12:52 PM Nirvana: Read SPIN's 1994 Essay on Kurt Cobain's Rise, 'Out of the Blue'

Pulitzer-winner Jonathan Gold traces the path to Nirvana following the band's demise "'I don't have the passion anymore,'" sobbed the recorded voice of Courtney Love, reading her husband's suicide note, via audiotape, to the wet-eyed crowd at the candlelight vigil underneath Seattle's Space Needle on April 10. "'It's better to burn out than to fade away.'" She sobbed 52

March 21, 2014 12:32 PM Jason Bateman Knows His Way Around ‘Bad Words’

Jason Bateman has thrived off of playing the passive-aggressive everyman who falls victim to the type-A characters of the world, reserving his emotional outbursts to instead embodying reason, restraint and rationale. We can identify with him because in reality, we are probably allowed to live out a handful of fantasies of pushing back against our obstacles 53

March 4, 2014 7:21 PM Daphne Oz Reveals Newborn Daughter's Name—Philomena Bijou

Daphne Oz has finally shared with the world the name of her newborn daughter. During a taping of ABC's The Chew on Monday, the show's cohost appeared via Skype and revealed that she and husband John Jovanovic have named their first child Philomena Bijou Jovanovic. That's PBJ for short, the 28-year-old playfully noted, but added that her nickname will be "Philo 35

February 12, 2014 7:46 PM 'Winter's Tale' Premiere: Star Colin Farrell, Director Akiva Goldsman Talk 'Personal' Nature of Story

The first-time helmer also reveals how he got famous friends Russell Crowe and Will Smith to sign on, and Farrell tells THR whether we'll see him in the "Horrible Bosses" sequel. The Valentine's Day release of Winter's Tale marks the end of a long journey for writer-director Akiva Goldsman, who spent years trying to turn the nearly 800-page book into a movie 35

January 24, 2014 3:01 AM Love blooms, reluctantly, 'Outside Mullingar'

John Patrick Shanley returns to Broadway with a modest, charming romantic comedy. NEW YORK — The last John Patrick Shanley play to arrive on Broadway was a probing, searing look at faith and uncertainty. Focusing on a popular priest and the nun who questions his actions and intentions, Doubt — the first entry in Shanley's "Church and State" trilogy — earned 32

January 22, 2014 7:05 PM Jelly Belly introduces beer-flavored jelly beans

The candy company’s new Draft Beer flavor was ‘inspired by a Hefeweizen ale with a clean, crisp and wheaty taste.’ Jelly Belly, the Fairfield, Calif.-based candy company behind Buttered Popcorn and Cream Soda jelly beans, has announced a new flavor: Draft Beer. The beer jelly beans were “inspired by a Hefeweizen ale with a clean, crisp and wheaty taste 30

December 14, 2013 1:24 AM In Food Cravings, Sugar Trumps Fat

Is it the sweet flavor that our taste buds are after? Or the smooth and creamy texture? Or perhaps it is the copious blend of fat and sugar? An intriguing new study suggests that what really draws people to such treats, and prompts them to eat much more than perhaps they know they should, is not the fat that they contain, but primarily the sugar 52

November 7, 2013 10:54 PM ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ movie review: Matthew McConaughey triumphs

McConaughey has doubled down on the persona in “Dallas Buyers Club,” an alternately wrenching and exuberant fact-based drama for which he famously shed nearly 40 pounds to play an emaciated HIV patient. As Texas electrician Ron Woodroof, McConaughey delivers the performance of his career, characterized not just by an astonishing physical transformation 74

November 2, 2013 10:16 AM Oculus Rift Will Only Be For Android and PC At Launch

If there were any other reason to love the upcoming virtual reality accessory, Engadget reports that Oculus VR's CEO confirmed that at launch, the consumer version of the anticipated Oculus Rift will only come in Android and PC flavors. However, consoles will be supported through a tethering workaround. While PC gamers could feel a certain level of assured 51

September 27, 2013 5:21 AM Colo. farmers arrested in listeria outbreak that killed 33

The listeria outbreak connected to Jensen Farms' cantaloupes began in late August 2011. Eric and Ryan Jensen, ages 37 and 33, of the now-bankrupt Jensen Farms were arrested Thursday and each charged with six misdemeanor counts of introducing adulterated food into interstate commerce. The men appeared Thursday afternoon in U.S. District Court in Denver 69