Lunch Break Links: Feb. 28, 2007
Speaking of the end of the month, ever wonder why February is only 28 days long? Now you know.
Another recession? I thought we were on the upswing.
Chinese Democracy: Re-re-re-re-re-rescheduled for Sept. 18.
See, I told you the Beckhams coming would be good for soccer in America. When the Los Angeles Galaxy is peripherally in a bunch of episodes, people will start paying attention. (Fingers crossed.)
Did you know Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway and Alan Arkin are on board for a Get Smart movie? I did not. (Also starring: The Rock.)
Damn, everybody is so stodgy about YouTube these days! I guess that Oscars musical number I posted a couple days ago is dead now. Sigh.
Pitchfork ran an interview with one half of acclaimed but ignored rap duo Clipse this week.
Got too much Bill O'Reilly in your life? Here's a musical palette cleanser for you.
Heroes had its best episode yet this week, partially thanks to Greg Grunberg. Here's an interview with him.
I've heard a lot of good things about Page France. Here's some new music from the band.
And lastly, local band The Lindsay (who made my third favorite album of 2006) has posted a home-recorded EP for download at its MySpace page. Listen up.