Lunch Break Links: The rise of "douche"

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

The New York Times can't help but notice the word "douche" is all over TV these days.

Liam Gallagher is working on music with his non-Noel bandmates from Oasis, but they're adopting a new name. "Oasis is done." Also, the band ended with a guitar-smashing fight between the Gallagher brothers. (via Pitchfork)

Stereogum celebrates the 20th anniversary of Slumberland Records with MP3s of some of the label's finest songs. Self-Titled had the label's artists choose their favorite Slumberland releases.

Even "The Boss" forgets where he is sometimes.

Cox's former tourmate Dan Deacon has been forced off the road due to back problems.

Edward Norton is playing twins in an upcoming pot comedy called Leaves of Grass.

Ever wonder what it means to be a "showrunner" on a major TV program?

Jack White's latest ancient, adulated collaborator: Wanda Jackson.

Lastly, the bizarre spectacle of Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" video.