Lunch Break Links: Bruce at the Super Bowl, new Bond theme and more

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Columbus Alive

Bruce Springsteen will be the halftime entertainment at this year's Super Bowl.

Speaking of Super Bowl performers, Janet Jackson was hospitalized before a concert in Montreal. And not just because Jermaine Dupri vomited on her!

Rumors of a Led Zeppelin reunion tour have once again proved greatly exaggerated.

I'm a sucker for anything Mad Men-related, including this comparison between Don Draper and Tony Soprano. And what about this flashback to 1962 New York?

EW counts down 30 memorable nude scenes (in PG-13 fashion).

LA Weekly's feature on the promotional CDs that get sent out to music writers is worth a read, particularly for the author's blatant confession that he sells the things when he's done with them (expressly forbidden) and the ensuing ethical discussion that breaks out.

Speaking of questionable ethics: Some dude in Australia is trying to smoke Kurt Cobain's ashes.

AV Club talked to Michael Cera and Kat Dennings, the stars of the mega-target-marketed indie teen flirtation movie Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist.

Also from AV: How have these actors managed to fall so far short of their potential?

I'm intrigued by this new show in development called Americatown, which envisions future U.S. residents moving to other countries and starting their own cultural neighborhoods (a la Chinatown).

Lastly, here is the video for the new James Bond theme by Jack White and Alicia Keys, "Another Way To Die," which would have been a much better name for a movie than Quantum of Solace. And why not a couple acoustic performances by The National after the jump?