Rotten Tomatoes has announced the winners of the 10th annual Tomatometer Awards, celebrating the best-reviewed films of 2008;

Bullz-Eye inducts five more comedy legends into its Stand-Up Comics’ Hall of Fame;

Topless Robot finds the downside in 2008’s increase in comic book and trade paperback sales;

Something Else! spins the new one from the Derek Trucks Band;

Steve Earle talks to Rolling Stone about the music that moves him;

Tower of Power is celebrating its 40th birthday with a new album and DVD;

Guitar World lists the stupidest band names of all time;

Brooklyn Vegan relives the week in music marketing;

Jeff Vrabel is taking his young, night-wandering son to Disney World;

Bill Janovitz’s Cover of the Week project enters its 10th week (thanks for the tip, Mr. Lifton);

Bob Lefsetz heralds the return of American Idol;

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announces its next class of inductees;

Kinder Trauma offers a most unusual tribute to Ricardo Montalban;

Culture Bully interviews Chastity Brown;

…and Durex goes viral with 2009’s first best ad of the year:

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