Chvrches recently stopped by the BBC Radio 1 Lounge, and performed a cool, deconstructed version of the Calvin Harris and Rihanna hit “This What You Came For.” It’s definitely a different take on the song, with Chvrches adding their own indie pop sensibilities to the massive summer jam. Discuss
Here’s the first trailer for the adaptation of the best-selling book Same Kind of Different as Me, starring Greg Kinnear, Renée Zellweger, Djimon Hounsou and Jon Voight.
The book, which carries the subtitle, “A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Together” tells the true story of a former sharecropper, who changes the lives of several individuals he encounters at a homeless outreach. Though faith plays a major role in the book—it was published by Christian book publisher Thomas Nelson—it received crossover success when it was released back in 2009, becoming a New York Times Bestseller.
If you follow The Late Show on social media, you know that before each night’s show, he does some Q&A with the audience, and later posts highlights online.
This week, he was asked, “What’s the craziest thing that’s ever happened to you on the streets of New York?” Though his answer was a story that didn’t take place in New York City, he recalled a crazy—and very sweet—encounter that happened to him years ago, when he was a correspondent on The Daily Show. You can see it below. It’s pretty great. Discuss
Talk about a pep talk. ESPN’s recent coverage of the Little League World Series captured a pretty touching moment last night when Oregon manager Joel Jensen took time to head to the pitcher’s mound to deliver a special message to his ace, who just so happened to be his son: I love you.
All the feels, you guys. Who says there's no crying in baseball? Discuss