- "August: Osage County" star Misty Upham's parents said they are worried the actress is suicidal.
- After appearing as a young Jason Voorhees in "Friday The 13th," Ari Lehman is now a member of the heavy metal duo First Jason.
- The Texas A&M Aggies look to impress in their season opener and Southeastern Conference debut against the Florida Gators on Saturday, September 8 at Kyle Field.
- KISS and Motley Crue have announced their plans for a 40-plus city nationwide tour
- The country's top football prospect, Dorial Green-Beckham, is taking his talents to the University of Missouri. The growing legacy of great quarterbacks from the University of Missouri makes top recruit Green-Beckham a perfect fit for the organization, which will be entering the Southeastern Conference (SEC) in the 2012-2013 season.
- The Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival line-up and tour dates were released Wednesday. The fifth annual Mayhem Festival 2012 will feature Slipknot, Slayer and another major special guest. The festival is the world's largest heavy metal tour.
- Amtrak passengers riding through the Capitol Corridor in California will now have free Wi-Fi access onboard the trains.
- Toys 'R Us will be selling the iPad 2 in 31 states and Puerto Rico starting on Sunday, in a limited roll-out to only some of its stores.
Artfest International, Inc.â€™s (ARTI.OB) Wholly Owned Subsidiary Signs Letter of Intent with Major Sports Network to Operate Online College Sports Memorabilia AuctionsArtfest International, Inc., an online portal that brings together artists, investors, decorators, designers, private collectors and art galleries, recently announced that the companyâ€™s wholly owned subsidiary, Charity Sports Distributor, Inc., has signed a letter of intent with CBS College Sports Network, a 24-hour cable network dedicated to college sports, to operate online college sports memorabilia [...]
- Battery maker Boston Power is working to build a facility in Auburn, Massachusetts to build lithium-ion batteries for Plug-in Hybrid and electric battery vehicles, Notebook PCs and national security applications, the company said Monday.