What to Do This Weekend
Watch “Star Trek” on DVD
You made him endure 27 Dresses, so be a team player and cue up J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek on your next movie night. Thrilling action, romance, and an easy-on-the-eyes cast (including Just My Luck’s Chris Pine, right) will make this the easiest sacrifice you’ve ever made.
To buy: $35, amazon.com.
See “Broken Embraces”
Download “Live & Mo,’” by Keb’ Mo’
Smoky–voiced Grammy winner Keb’ Mo’ has released a collection of live performances and new recordings of bluesy fan favorites like “Victims of Comfort.”
To buy: $9, amazon.com.
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Watch “My Sister’s Keeper” on DVD
Cameron Diaz (There’s Something About Mary) and Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine) play mother and daughter in this tear-jerker based on Jodi Picoult’s bestseller. Breslin is Anna, a child deliberately conceived to be a donor―marrow, blood, organ―for her sister, who suffers from cancer. As her sister’s health fails, Anna balks at a kidney donation―and hires a lawyer to sue her parents for medical emancipation.
To buy: $29, amazon.com.
Read “Crocodile Tears,” by Anthony Horowitz
In the eighth book in the best-selling adventure series for tweens, Alex Rider, a teen James Bond, uses wit and cool gadgets to battle well-armed mercenaries. His adversary is a con artist tantalized by the money raised in the wake of natural disasters, and determined to profit by creating his own.
To buy: $18, amazon.com.
Listen to “Why You Runnin’,” by Lissie
To buy: $8, music.barnesandnoble.com.