Listen to "9 to 5 and Odd Jobs"
Dolly Parton reissues her 1980 album of music inspired by the movie in which she starred as secretary Doralee Rhodes opposite Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda. In addition to the original tracks, including the Grammy nominated “9 to 5” and “But You Know I Love You,” the album has a previously unreleased take on “Everyday People” and two remixes of “9 to 5”―including a karaoke version.
To buy: $14, amazon.com.
Tune in to "Harper's Island" on CBS
Read "Comfort Food"
Now in paperback, the second book from The Friday Night Knitting Club author Kate Jacobs follows Cooking With Gusto! TV show host Augusta “Gus” Simpson as she comes to grips with turning 50 in an industry that keeps getting younger and younger. Her biggest problem: a new cohost (and former beauty queen) who’s challenging Gus’s competitive streak―and her status as network main course. (Available April 7.)
To buy: $15, barnesandnoble.com.
Listen to "Carolina"
To buy: $10, itunes.com.
See "Guys and Dolls"
To buy tickets: $51.50 and up, guysanddollsbroadway.com.
Watch "Party Down" on Starz
Play "Come on, Get Happy" for the Kids
Has singing “The Wheels on the Bus” left you out of gas? Pop this best-of collection from popular children’s music artist Daddy A Go Go on the CD player. It has the perfect balance of kid-friendly lyrics (“It’s a kids world/So big and blue/It’s a great place/for me and you”) and adult-friendly melodies.
To buy: $12, amazon.com.
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