Lunch Break Links: April 23, 2007

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Heroes comes back tonight, and I'm pumped. (Chicago Tribune and TV Guide have some teasers and, OK, some spoilers too.)

And speaking of NBC: At Slate, a seasoned improv performer explains why Thank God You're Here is not actually improv (and therefore is not nearly as funny as it could be).

The Washington Post examines Alec Baldwin's messy voice mail scandal.

Idolator mourns the possible demise of Jefitoblog, an esteemed music blog that might be calling it quits.

Variety has one of the first reviews of Spider-Man 3.

A.V. Club has a list of "15 Things Kurt Vonnegut Said Better Than Anyone Else Ever Has Or Will."

Damon Albarn, Boris Yeltsin and more after the jump...

Patrick Wolf claims he is quitting music. He made no mention of it in his Pitchfork feature last Friday. They also have a Bjork interview today. Anybody see her on SNL?

Also, Damon Albarn announced that there will be no more Gorillaz albums. (credz bvegan)

Here's an interview with The OC's Adam Brody on his movie career.

Are you aware Consumerist offers Morning Deals every day?

Apparently massive U.S. hit Wild Hogs has international appeal too. Who would have thought?

Lastly, in honor of Boris Yeltsin, who has died, today's band of the day is Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin. They're one of the many super-catchy, sort of twee rock bands popular in the indie blogosphere, including the locally based Catbirdseat.