A look back at the week that was, with the top national and international headlines in under two minutes.
Bibio’s “The Green EP” is a dreamy, genre-blurring experience.
Zac Efron’s charm struggles to redeem weak supporting roles
Avril Lavigne makes a more mainstream return with her new self-titled album.
The second standalone “Thor” movie delivers the same quality action sequences seen in the first film, but lacks Marvel’s usual witty dialogue.
Based on the novel by Orson Scott Card, new movie “Ender’s Game” captures the action-packed space-age story in beautiful detail.
Following a Grammy Award, Arcade Fire returns with “Reflektor.”
“Wadjda,” the first film completely shot in Saudi Arabia, tells the story of a girl defying gender-norms in conservative Saudi Arabia.
Elizabeth Smart, who made national news when she was kidnapped from her home in 2002, opens up about her kidnapping ordeal in her memoir, “My Story.”
The two new video game releases, “Pokémon X” and “Pokémon Y,” received a graphics update that improved the game’s excitement.
Actors in unconventional crime-drama deliver emotional depth.