Today Show: May 7 2013
An ABBA museum has opened up in Stockholm, Expressing Motherhood gives mothers a place to get artsy, a writer goes a year without the internet, and The Pistol Annies perform their new single, “Hush Hush,” from Annie Up.
Today Show: ABBA Museum Opens In Sweden & Agnetha Faltskog A Review
ABBA, on of the biggest super bands to ever take on the pop world, finally gave their fans, and themselves, a place to reminisce back to a time when the band was at the height of their stardom. Some band members came to today’s grand opening to commemorate event and look back at their careers.
Today Show: Expressing Motherhood Gives Mothers A Creative Outlet
With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, now is the perfect time to think about just how much mother’s have to do (a lot). Expressing Motherhood, an improv act out in California, gives mothers a place to express their deepest emotions that they might otherwise keep to themselves.
Today: Star Trek Into Darkness Preview & Museum Of Art Gala Review
Zachary Quinto, who played Spock in 2009’s Star Treck reboot, is reprising his role for the sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness. The Metropolitan Museum of Art also had its gala last night, and with a spunky punk theme to boot.
Today Show: Jessica Alba The Honest Life Review & Eco-Friendly Living
Jessica Alba, mother, actress, president of a company, and now author thanks to her book The Honest Life, came in to talk about what influenced the book and her eco-friendly life stlye.
Today: The Verge Writer Paul Miller Goes A Year Without The Internet
Paul Miller, a writer for tech website The Verge, decided to go on a year-long, self-imposed internet sabbatical. He comes on the show to talk about the highs and lows of life without the internet.
Today Show: The Pistol Annies Performance & Annie Up Review
The Pistol Annies, one of the hottest performance groups in country music right now, came in to perform “Hush Hush” off their new album Annie Up.