Frank Ocean Drops New Album ‘Blonde,’ Gives Out ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ Magazine at Pop-Up Shops – Billboard

Frank Ocean has been keeping fans on their toes the past few days. After releasing his visual album Endless on Thursday (Aug. 18) and a music video for “Nikes” early Saturday morning (Aug. 20), the elusive singer-songwriter has released yet another album, titled Blonde, as well as an oversized, glossy magazine titled Boys Don’t Cry, which Ocean initially suggested was the title […]

I Was ‘Immature’: Ryan Lochte Tears Up and Explains He Was ‘Still Intoxicated’ When He Over-Exaggerated Rio … – People Magazine

I Was ‘Immature’: Ryan Lochte Tears Up and Explains He Was ‘Still Intoxicated’ When He Over-Exaggerated Rio … – People Magazine

Ryan Lochte admitted that he “left details out” from his Rio robbery story – and that’s what has caused him so much trouble. The swimmer sat down with NBC’s Matt Lauer in his first sit-down TV interview since authorities accused him of fabricating his robbery story. Lauer asked Lochte why he lied to him and […]

Lou Pearlman, Disgraced Backstreet Boys, ‘NSYNC Svengali, Dies at 62 – Billboard

Lou Pearlman, the disgraced impresario behind the Backstreet Boys and ‘NSYNC who was serving out a 25-year prison term after being convicted of running a half-billion-dollar Ponzi scheme in 2008, died Friday night, multiple sources confirm to Billboard. He was 62.  ‘NSYNC member Lance Bass tweeted word of the news on Saturday, August 20, writing, “He might […]

Filmmaker Werner Herzog, who doesn’t use a cellphone, explores our society’s relationship with tech – Washington Post

Werner Herzog, director of “Lo And Behold.” (Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures) Filmmaker Warner Herzog didn’t make his first phone call until he was 17, and still doesn’t ever use a cellphone. That may make him seem like an odd guide to take a hyper-connected society through an examination of how the Internet has affected society. […]

Popular Yellowstone River closes after thousands of fish die – Fox News

BILLINGS, Mont. –  Montana wildlife officials indefinitely closed a 183-mile stretch of the Yellowstone River and hundreds of miles of other waterways Friday, barring all fishing, rafting and other activities to prevent the spread of a parasite believed to have killed tens of thousands of fish. Fishing guides and rafting operators who run businesses […]