Lunch Break Links: David Cross, Rolling Stones, Jay-Z

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Columbus Alive

AV Club's David Cross interview is well worth a read. He'll be at the Capitol Theatre on Oct. 11.

Charlie Watts reportedly has quit the Rolling Stones after 47 years with the band.

Now that Jay-Z's Blueprint 3 has leaked, MTV has the official album stream so you can listen without breakin' the law.

EW has more insight from Jerry Seinfeld about the Seinfeld reunion on Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Slate writes on pro wrestling's attempt to become more family-friendly.

Ice Cube is creating an L.A. Raiders documentary for ESPN.

Pitchfork has a feature on the cool cover art for Yo La Tengo's Popular Songs.

Stereogum debuted a new track from Rain Machine, aka Kyp Malone from TV on the Radio.

I didn't know The Lonely Island's Jorma Taccone was directing that stupid MacGruber movie. Maybe it'll be decent.

Speaking of SNL, they've added two new females to the cast.

DJ AM apparently had OxyContin in his system at the time of his death.

The Office has re-cast the role of Pam's mom.

Lastly, a new video from the Pitchfork-anointed Wild Beasts entitled "All the King's Men."