Lunch Break Links: Friday, June 20, 2008

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Columbus Alive

Steve Guttenberg went crazy on the streets of NYC the other day.

The LA Times chronicles "how music got cheap."

In a related story, the always-entertaining Poptimist wonders if the music industry can glean any survival tips from the world of comics.

The Hollywood walk of fame is getting 25 new stars, including one in honor of... Tinkerbell?

EW posted the top 25 in its list of modern movie classics.

Diddy is developing a "black Bourne movie."

Stream a new song from The Walkmen here.

Man, 50 Cent is just getting sad at this point. And there's his feud with Young Buck to consider. Oh, and he's beefing with Taco Bell!

The AV Club blog has a highly entertaining look at Dana Carvey's comeback standup special and the quandary of comedians dealing with audience expectations.

Wilmer Valderrama is starring in a pilot for FOX.

Hilarious! An employee of Live Nation got in hot water by joking that the company is doing everything it can to eliminate jazz from American culture.

Brian Williams will be interim host of Meet the Press while NBC searches for a permanent host. Meanwhile, Bruce Springsteen sings for Tim Russert...