Lunch Break Links: April 16, 2007
Lots of weekend music and soccer talk on the way, but first here's some quick Monday links.
I hope this story is still accessible by the time you click to it. It's a fantastic Washington Post feature that I would rather not describe too much, but I will say three things. It poses the question, "Can one of the nation's great musicians cut through the fog of a D.C. rush hour?" It's a gorgeous study of our society's relationship to beauty. And it will take you a while to read, but every minute will be worth it.
This photo is cute. Gotta love serendipity.
Alive photographer Will Shilling will be either pleased or dismayed to know that a Clash of the Titans remake is in the works.
Speaking of parodies, The Onion's Masters coverage is worth a read and a guffaw.
Apparently Jeff Buckley wrote some apology to Bob Dylan or something.
Heard about New York's risqué condom campaign?
Edward Norton, strangely, will play the Incredible Hulk.