Lunch Break Links: Woodstock goes Nazi?
OK, so they're bringing back Woodstock yet again this year, but this time in addition to the New York event, they're doing a second festival in Berlin at a former Nazi stronghold? Weird!
Seems like How I Met Your Mother might actually be revealing the mother soon.
AV Club talked to Jackie Earle Haley, who plays Rorschach in Watchmen. (You may remember him as the pedophile from Little Children.)
Speaking of Watchmen, Pop Candy offers a review.
An unfinished David Foster Wallace novel will be published next year. The New Yorker has an excerpt called "Wiggle Room." Also, while I hope the esteemed author rests in peace, this old Onion story about him is pretty brilliant.
Is Heroes in danger of cancellation?
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are bumping up the release dates of their new album, It's Blitz!, since it leaked last week, nearly two months before its intended April 14 street date.
Idolator wonders: What was the noisiest video ever played on MTV?
Interesting feud between David Byrne and journalist Jon Pareles.
Every Virgin Mega Store in the U.S. is closing.
Also interesting: Which of the world's biggest bands uses a click track to stay on beat during their performances?
OMG, it's already Lost Wednesday again, which means EW has a new Doc Jensen column up and I can't wait to read it! And TV Guide has an interview with Reiko Aylesworth (Michelle Dessler from 24), whose stint on the island begins tonight. And wouldn't it be hilarious if the show was just copying Get Smart?
Did you know the Chinese are obsessed with stamp collecting?
Paste has an interview with Craig Finn of The Hold Steady.
We conclude with video of Bob Mould joining No Age on stage at San Francisco's NoisePop Festival. The Husker Du legend joined the LA art-punks for renditions of their "Miner" and his "New Day Rising."