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May 02, 2014 02:56PM ● By 16560

May 2014

The Black Keys Turn Blue

Grammy winners release 8th studio album

May 13 

When it comes to indie rock, the mainstay name is The Black Keys. The dynamic duo of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney have swept the stages of some of the nation’s most renowned venues and closed out top festivals like Austin City Limits and Lollapalooza. Now, the band is releasing its eighth studio album, Turn Blue, and more than likely will bring home another Grammy to place on their mantel.

Jack is Back, Overseas

“24: Live Another Day”

Premieres May 5, 8 p.m. on Fox

Where in the world is Jack Bauer? London, of course. The ninth season of the show is set four years later, with Jack still in exile. This time, the rogue agent is thrown for a loop when one of his closet companions turns on him. The clock is set and counting down until the groundbreaking and Emmy Award-winning drama hits our TV screens once again.

Trailer Blazers Unite

“Make Waves”

By Patti Johnson

No matter which way you slice the cake, our biggest problem that is holding us back is ourselves. While it’s not completely our faults — we are, after all, creatures of habit — there is such a thing as getting comfortable in your routine. CEO of PeopleResults and former Accenture Senior Executive Patti Johnson teaches us how to ride the wave of change. A wave requires stepping out and building commitment that grows naturally, not by force.

King of the Monsters


In theaters May 16

Before the eye rolls and heavy sighs commence as another cult classic gets a remake, remember if there’s one thing Warner Bros. Pictures knows, it’s making movies. The iconic rebirth of Toho’s ‘”Godzilla” will take viewers through the pits of the world’s most famous monsters as he battles the biggest demon of all: humanity’s arrogance. Please refrain from pounding your chest.