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Regina Spektor – “How” Video

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Cook Kids’ Table with Regina Spektor

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Leftover Links

It was a busy weekend of protesting so you might have missed some things. Take some time to catch up now.

Awesome Time-lapse: Solar Eclipse. Photo. Tokyo.

President Obama Tosses Pigskin.

@ZooeySiri

Jooey Deschanel’s Siri Ad.

Girls Crying During Kristen Wiig’s Last SNL.

Dan Harmon on Being Fired.

Watch: Mema.

Feminist Ryan Gosling Book.

Hugh Jackman’s Teacher Interview.

Magic Mike Trailer.

Hyde Park on Hudson Trailer.

The Words Trailer.

The Master.

Skyfall Teaser Trailer.

Behind The Scenes: Lady Gaga on The Simpsons.

Donald Glover on Girls.

Will Smith Leads Fresh Prince Rap.

Brainstorming with Darth Vader.

Hot Chip “Night and Day” Video.

Pitchfork Best New Music: El-P Cancer for Cure.

NPR First Listen: The Walkmen, Regina Spektor, Saint Etienne.

Stream: Teengirl Fantasy “Motif”

David Lee Roth: on Valen Halen Concert Postponements.

Listen: This American Life Live Show.

Frank Ocean: “Summer Remains”

Download: The Big Pink Future This Remixes EP.

Listen: New Modest Mouse.

Goodie Mob on Billboard Awards: MCA Tribute.

Tenacious D “Low Hangin’ Fruit” Video.

Meerkats.

Cat from Cat Fur.

The King’s Speech: The Stuttering:

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Happy Friday. A few things that we are enjoying on this beautiful day.

Dog Cave the Queen.

Law & Order & Food.

Leonardo DiCaprio Eating Soup.

The Life and Times of Liz Lemon’s Hair.

Classic Wingers. Best Community GIFs.

50 Shades of Grey Read by Gilbert Gottfried.

Literary Maps of the US and UK.

Joey Lawrence: Male Stripper.

Black Metrosexual Abe Lincoln.

Betty White Kissing Uggie.

Mad Magazine Rejection.

@CoreyBooker.

Tributes to Maurice Sendak.

Watch: In A Skin Too Few: The Days of Nick Drake.

Watch: Entire Bowery Ballroom Show from Beach House.

New York State Senate Tribute to MCA.

Saturday is MCA Day in NYC.

Stream: El-P Cancer for Cure.

New Afghan Whigs!

Regina Spektor on Letterman.

Handsome Furs Are Breaking Up.

Tennis: 60 Seconds Left.

Greg Kot on Kelly Hogan.

fun. Cover Gotye. Related: Road Rage.

Neil Young and Crazy Horse “Clementine” Video.

Van Halen Postpones Tour.

Where To Drink Craft Beer This Week.

First Look: The Trencherman.

Kitty Pryde “Okay Cupid”

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Here are some things we have enjoyed over the last few days:

Grant Park, 2am. (via)

Awesome Tumblr: What We Should Call Social Media.

MCA’s Opening Lines from Every Beastie Boys Song.

Beastie Boys Sold Records.

New Magnetic Fields Video.

Regina Spektor “Call Them Brothers” Video.

First Watch: Dr. John “Revolution”

Spiritualized on David Letterman.

Steve Albini did a Reddit AMA.

Nada Surf Covers New Order.

Metric Play Acoustic Version of “Youth Without Youth”

New Redd Kross.

Vintage Photos from SST Records.

New Vampire Weekend Album in the Works.

Of Monsters and Men on Fallon.

Jimmy Fallon Record out June 12th.

Gig Poster of the Week.

The A.V. Club Recommends: If You Like Childish Gambino.

Alison Brie sings “Rich Girl”

Letters of Note: W. Axl Rose.

NME: 100 Best Songs of the 80’s

CBGB Festival: Guided By Voices, Pains of Being Pure at Heart.

No Doubt Webisode 1.

Do This on Sunday.

Read This: How Sears Guitars Changed The Sound of American Music Twice.

Disney’s Taxi Driver.

Watch: You Just Don’t Get It, Do You?

Will Ferrell’s SNL Promos.

Making The Office Watchable.

Roger Ebert Remembers Betty.

NYT: Prime-Time Stern.

Nick Offerman Coming to Chicago!

Video: Printers Row Live with Chad Harbach.

Do the Moonwalk

Famous Paintings Recreated with Jelly Beans.

Cats and Dogs Inspired by Billy Joel.

A Tribute for Meow.

Has Eataly Found a Chicago Home? Pizza by the Numbers at Piece.

Consequences of Gay Marriage.

Gay Rights in the USA: An Infographic.

This Squirrel Knows What’s Up.

Gay on TV: It’s All in the Family.

Kids are Funny.

Worst #IfIHadAGun Tweets.

Mary J. Blige “Why?” ft. Rick Ross (via):

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Monday Late Links

Ellen Was Gay 15 Years Ago.

Veep and Girls Get Renewed.

Jon Hamm: Before Mad Men.

Uggie!

Vulture Interview: Lizz Winstead.

Watch: One World Trade Center Time Lapse.

The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.

The Birbig Burger.

Instant Date.

Boys With Beards With Cats.

Good Luck: Leaving the Internet for a Year.

Jeremy Lin Commencement Rap.

The Avengers Assemble on Facebook.

Dan Rather Sticking To His Story.

NME 100 Best Songs of the 80s.

More Songs About Chicago.

Dr. Dog “Lonesome” Video.

New Gaslight Anthem: “45”

New Eternal Summers: “Millions”

New Regina Spektor: “Small Town Moon”

MMJ To Tour With Band of Horses.

Get To Know: Foxes.

The Mountain Goats Reissues.

The 2012 Smiths/Morrissey Convention.

Get a Free Rhett Miller Song.

The Comments Nickelback Didn’t Answer.

The Best Songs About Redheads.

Awesome: John Peel’s Record Collection!

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Patti Smith on CBS Sunday Morning

I love visiting New York City. One of my special gifts when traveling to New York is the uncanny ability to spot celebrities. Over the years I’ve spotted CNN’s Kyra Phillips, Greg Kelly (photo), the guys from the short lived TBS show My Boys, one of the Real Housewives, Adrien Brody, Connie Britton, Regina Spektor, Jeremy Sisto, Sutton Foster, and Matthew Broderick. I’m still holding out hope for Woody Allen. Or Regis. And while I can’t say that I have ever seen the great Patti Smith on the streets of New York, I did happen to see her strolling through the airport looking very Patti Smith-y. I’ve loved Patti Smith since I first heard “Because the Night” playing on my radio that was also a Chicago Cubs helmet. As I grew older I dug deeper and listened non-stop to her records Easter and Horses. I was happy to have her back in the late 80’s with Dream of Life. Last year I devoured Just Kids, her memoir about the amazing relationship she had with the artist Robert Mapplethorpe. And just today I was happy to learn that Patti Smith will be releasing a new album later this year. Yesterday on Sunday Morning, Anthony Mason did a feature on Patti Smith which was followed by an excellent post show interview and performance. It’s not to be missed.

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