POP CRAVE: Kate Bush granted a rare interview to BBC Radio 4 to discuss the out-of-nowhere renewed success of her 1985 song "Running Up That Hill," which was used to great effect on Stranger Things. In the U.K., the song shot to #1 (taking 37 years to hit the pole position after achieving #3 back in the day), and she is now by a good 10 years the oldest woman to have achieved that peak. In the U.S., where the song had peaked at #30 back in the day (her only Top 40 hit here), it has seemingly topped out at #4, an incredible result in a market that reviles women past 40, let alone 50, let alone 60:
EXTRATV: Christie Brinkley is still bikini-ready at 68.
NYT: James Rado, co-creator and star of Broadway's Hair, dies at 90.
PEOPLE: Liza Minnelli, 76, says her only beauty philosophy is, "Just make sure you look good before you walk out the door!" On changing her iconic hair, she says, "Are you kidding?"
INSTAGRAM (YOU SHOULD FOLLOW GR8ERDAYS HERE): Welp, this is a bummer.
THR: The Marilyn Monroe dress scandal continues, and this writer does not hem and haw about Kim Kardashian's culpability.