Lunch Break Links: John Mayer's snafu

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Playboy's incredibly candid interview with John Mayer created quite a stir yesterday due to his casual use of the N-word. He posted an extensive apology to his Twitter page, and he discussed the incident on stage last night in a video posted above. "It's just not worth being clever."

"Friday Night Lights" announced that its fifth season will be its last. Good thing I still haven't even seen most of season 4. Lots of "Lights" left for me!

Bikini Kill is seeking fan contributions for an online archive.

Ellen DeGeneres will not be taking her show to Oprah's new network. She also debuted as a judge on "American Idol."

Google explained why they deleted a bunch of awesome MP3 blogs, including the venerable I Rock Cleveland, from the internet.

The Fader has an interview with dubstep dude Zomby.

Slate lists the worst date movies ever.

Has Hulu boosted cable TV ratings?

Fashion designer Alexander McQueen is dead at age 40. R.I.P.

We finish with Yeasayer's performance of "Ambling Alp" on Fallon. Yep, that's Ahmed Gallab, aka Sinkane, rocking with their live band as he has been for the past year or so.