This week we spotlight the pop/rock band, Neon Trees. Plus we talk to author Eric Metaxas about his new book, “Miracles,” provide you with some Black Friday survival tips, share with you our Christmas list, recap the week’s news and entertainment and much more. Read More

What Does God Sound Like?

Ridley Scott made an interesting decision for the voice of God, and it raises an important question. Read More

The officer who shot and killed unarmed teen Michael Brown in a confrontation on Aug. 9 is in talks to resign from the Ferguson Police Department. According to reports, Officer Darren Wilson “is in the final stages of negotiations” with local officials over the terms of his resignation. Today, a grand jury will meet, likely for the last time, to determine if charges will be brought against Wilson in the Brown killing. Since the shooting, Wilson has said that he did nothing wrong. According to CNN he’s told colleagues that the resignation is a move “to help ease pressure and protect his fellow officers.” The shooting of Michael Brown sparked massive protests and later crackdowns against demonstrators in Ferguson. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon recently declared a preemptive state of emergency in the area anticipating possible unrest following the announcement of the grand jury’s decision ... Discuss

Your (Slightly Early) Christmas Playlist

It's (almost) the most wonderful time of the year. Read More

We’ve got good news and bad news for Parks and Rec fans. The good news is that Chris Traeger and Ann Perkins (played by Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones) will return to Pawnee for the show’s final season next year. The bad news is, they’ll only be back for a single episode. In an interview with TVLine.com, executive producer Mike Schur said, “We made a list of people that we needed to see back one more time. We didn’t get everybody we wanted … But a lot of the people we were hoping to see one more time — we managed to make that happen.” The seventh and final season of the NBC sitcom will only be 13 episodes, but with Chris, Ann and other Pawnee favorites returning, it will literally be the best send-off, of all-time ... Discuss

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