Lunch Break Links: Farewell to the notorious Bettie Page

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

How much does it piss off you Postal Service fans out there that the duo simply doesn't care whether they release a second album?

Flight of the Conchords have launched a lip dub contest.

Pitchfork published the results of its readers poll.

An Italian rock singer stabbed his guitarist for playing poorly.

The Gossip Girl spinoff could be a flashback series about the parent characters as young lovers.

Idolator bemoans the blogosphere going along with the mainstream music press' status quo.

Meanwhile, eMusic honors The Gaslight Anthem on its best-of list.

And, having already revealed their staff picks, AV Club asked various hipster celebs to chime in with their picks.

Oh, don't know how I missed this, but it seems Spin's list is out too.

You can order a new Arcade Fire documentary on DVD through this site starting Dec. 15.

I don't get why Scrubs' Sarah Chalke would sign on to do a Lifetime miniseries, but she is doing just that.

Gilmore Girls' Lauren Graham, on the other hand, is returning to prime time.

A series of Battlestar Galactica webisodes begins today.

Our closing video is by a band called Munchausen by Proxy. It features guest work from Von Iva (not to be confused with Bon Iver) and, most importantly, Zooey Deschanel. And it's called "Sweet Ballad."