Aug. 29 US Open takes center court
If defending champ Roger Federer were American he'd be bigger than Elvis. Well, maybe John McEnroe. See why the Swiss star is being called the best player of all time. Two-week coverage begins Monday on CBS and USA.
Sept. 5 The Rolling Stones release new album
They rock the universe with "A Bigger Bang." One of Sir Mick Jagger's peers, Sir Paul McCartney, unveils "Chaos and Creation in the Back Yard" a week later. Also out on Sept. 13: Trisha Yearwood's "Jasper County." Bon Jovi bids you "Have a Nice Day" on Sept. 20. Sheryl Crow, fresh from the Tour de Lance, releases "Wildflower" on Sept. 27, while Neil Young offers up "Prairie Wind," and jazz chanteuse Dianne Reeves sings the soundtrack of George Clooney's new film, "Good Night and Good Luck."
How much is grandma's dust ruffle worth? Watch as expert appraiser Tim Luke trolls crawl spaces for gems. Other September premières: NBC unlocks The Apprentice: Martha Stewart (Sept. 21). Find out why Everybody Hates Chris - Rock, that is (Sept. 22). And is America ready for a woman president? (No, we don't mean Hillary.) Geena Davis enters the oval office on ABC's Commander in Chief (Sept. 27).