April 1st, 2011

Rock And Roll March Madness - The Great Eight

It's time for the Divisional Championships!

Who is the best of each division? Pick the best metal band, classic rock band, women led band and punk/alternative band.

The winners of this round all go on to the Final Four next week.

All of them who have gotten this far are already winners - but which ones can make it to the Final Four and the championship round after that!

It's all up to you!

Poll #1725220 Rock And Roll March Madness Great Eight

Rock And Roll March Madness Girl Groups Divisional Championship

Joan Jett

Rock And Roll March Madness Classic/Traditional Rock Divisional Championship

The Beatles
The Rolling Stones

Rock And Roll March Madness Metal Divisional Championship

Nine Inch Nails
Black Sabbath

Rock And Roll March Madness Punk/Alternative Divisional Championship

The Clash

Super Cool!

(AP) Bangor, Maine -- Legendary novelist Stephen King announced today that he plans to release special editions of three of his most famous novels, with new updated endings.

King says that the books, "The Stand," "It" and "The Dark Tower" are among his favorites, but does not believe their eventual conclusions have stood the test of time.

"As an artist you are constantly growing," King said. "Part of that growth is being able to admit that some of your earlier works may have been flawed. Taking the time to go back with more experienced eyes is a matter of having respect for your work, your readership and your overall artistic vision."

King said that in particular he felt that "It" needed to be updated.

"As I've raised my three children and helped raise my three grandchildren I've realized that they way I sexualized prepubescent children at the end that work was not only inappropriate to the tale as a whole, but reckless and exploitative."

King refused to elaborate on what he will change about the endings to "The Stand" and "The Dark Tower."

"I chose those two books because one introduces an important character and the other book concludes his history," King said. "In both cases, that character's story arc in the books could have been improved. This is my chance, as the author, to act as the hand of God."