Lunch Break Links: April 4, 2007
Good news to start the day: Cleveland's awesome Machine Go Boom is streaming its new album online for free. Consider them the start of a "band of the day" feature in the links.
Lost time once again. Theories here.
Bob Hunter makes the case for Greg Oden sticking around.
Did you know vampire author Anne Rice converted to Christianity a few years back? Now she is set to write fictional, "but heavily researched" novels about Jesus. Jesus fan fiction... not sure what to make of it.
This bit about Keith Richards snorting his father's ashes is dominating the Web today like the Alanis video was yesterday.
Hair metal, X-Files, an Office interview and more beyond the jump.
The new Dizzee Rascal album will include guest spots from Lily Allen and Arctic Monkeys.
NBC has posted the premiere of the improv comedy series Thank God You're Here online.
Out magazine put Anderson Cooper and Jodie Foster, who have never publicly professed to be gay, on its cover.
Finally, David Duchovny has confirmed that he and Gillian Anderson are on board for a new X-Files movie. Apparently, the truth is still out there.