Calendar of Events

CD releases

May 2:
• Jam along to Pearl Jam’s self-titled album, which was released this week. It is their first album since their last release in 2002.
• It seems like Tool fans have been waiting 10,000 days for their album, “10,000 Days” to be released. This is their fourth album after a five-year hiatus.

May 9:
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are red hot again with their latest album “Stadium Arcadium” and their hit single “Dani California.”

May 16:
Beating the curse of the sophomore slump, Hoobastank releases their third album with Island Records, “Every Man for Himself” along with their new single “If I Were You.”

May 23:
Haven’t had enough of Johnny Cash? Pick up his “10 Top 10s,” including songs “I Walk the Line,” “There You Go” and “Big River.”

Movies

May 5:
• Tom Cruise is back as spy Ethan Hunt in “Mission: Impossible III” as he faces his new villain Owen Davian, played by Philip Seymour Hoffman. It is rated PG-13.
• A teenage girl and her family in Tennessee during the 1800s are haunted by a demon in the movie, “An American Haunting.” The movie is based on true events and is rated PG-13.

May 19:
Based on the best-selling fiction novel, Tom Hanks plays the famed symboligist Robert Langdon in “The Da Vinci Code.”

Books

Author Lee Server recently released a new biography of Ava Gardner titled, “Ava Gardner: Love is Nothing.”

—Nila Priyambodo

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