Lunch Break Links: Chris Brown, Charlie Watts, Flaming Lips

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

What's the deal with Chris Brown's outfit on Larry King? Read the uncomfortable transcript of his interview at Idolator.

Also, yesterday's report that Charlie Watts is quitting the Rolling Stones is false. And here's eight things you might not know about him.

Paste has an interview with Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips.

That new Thom Yorke single is definitely happening.

Katherine Heigl is taking a leave of absence from Grey's Anatomy to work on a movie.

More TV on the Radio dabbling today: This time it's frontman Tunde Adebimpe's collaboration with Massive Attack.

Meet the new duo attempting to fill Ebert & Roeper's shoes: A.O. Scott and Michael Phillips.

Stereogum has a new track from the highly potent Brits known as The Clientele.

Is a computerized version of Kurt Cobain singing Bon Jovi and Bush songs really that outrageous? I mean, I understand why people would be perturbed by that, but seriously...

So the Syfy network is thinking of adding a cooking show and a talk show?

Lastly, here's Dirty Projectors making their network TV debut with "Cannibal Resource" on Letterman.