(CNN)This week brought us rock 'n' roll favorites, a (sorta) free man and a tech-happy happy hour...in Japan! Here's the lighter, politics-free side of this past week's news.
What happened this week (in anything but politics)
The list honors 19 legends, including Nina Simone, Bon Jovi, LL Cool J and Rufus featuring Chaka Khan (above).
...after serving nine years at the Lovelock Correctional Center in Las Vegas. The former NFL player will start the remainder of his 33-year sentence as a parolee in the same city where he was put behind bars for armed robbery, kidnapping and other convictions.
Nour Al Hassan wants to break through the scant 22% female participation in the Middle Eastern workforce. She runs a translation service where 90% of the company's employees identify as women.
The tech giant will be serving beer, cocktails, wine and Japanese sake in a Tokyo pop-up bar later this month. There's a catch, though: No menu! Before you wet your whistle, you'll have to fill out a questionnaire on a tablet and the company's software will suggest a drink FOR you.
Bingeing just got a little more expensive. Netflix increased the price of its standard and premium streaming subscriptions by $1 and $2 dollars. The bump is in effect for new U.S. users, but existing members will get a 30-day notice this month.
At 17, Mona Patel was hit multiple times by a drunk driver. Now, almost 30 years after her first amputation, she runs a support network to help other amputees rebuild their lives.