So, how 'bout them Browns? If the strike's got you down, what better to cheer you up in the meantime than the return of competitive football to Cleveland? OK, I'm guessing that for about half of you, hearing about football is only going to make your day worse. But at least take solace in the fact that I am wholeheartedly psyched. Bring on Pittsburgh!

Anyway, here's what else is going on today in pop culture:

Shia LaBeouf (above) was arrested for refusing to leave a Walgreens.

Radiohead is releasing a box set compiling its first six albums.

Wes Flexner wrote about Devin the Dude's recent Columbus tour stop at Donewaiting.

The new releases streaming at Spinner this week include work from Sigur Ros, Nas, Bottomless Pit (who were AMAZING Friday at Andyman's), DJ Rekha and a Joy Division reissue.

This other Spinner feature on the 20 best band feuds is two months old but still a good read.

Many more links after the jump...

So, how 'bout them Browns? If the strike's got you down, what better to cheer you up in the meantime than the return of competitive football to Cleveland? OK, I'm guessing that for about half of you, hearing about football is only going to make your day worse. But at least take solace in the fact that I am wholeheartedly psyched. Bring on Pittsburgh!

Anyway, here's what else is going on today in pop culture:

Shia LaBeouf (above) was arrested for refusing to leave a Walgreens.

Radiohead is releasing a box set compiling its first six albums.

Wes Flexner wrote about Devin the Dude's recent Columbus tour stop at Donewaiting.

The new releases streaming at Spinner this week include work from Sigur Ros, Nas, Bottomless Pit (who were AMAZING Friday at Andyman's), DJ Rekha and a Joy Division reissue.

This other Spinner feature on the 20 best band feuds is two months old but still a good read.

Many more links after the jump...

To kick off their literary week, AV Club counts down 20 good books that faltered in the jump to film. Meanwhile, FilmCritic.com lists the best LA books made into movies.

Also, AV has your remedy if you're feeling out of touch with the radio.

Pitchfork has an interview with PJ Harvey.

Status Ain't Hood's commentary on Project Pat is fascinating.

Could crucial information about the Jam Master Jay shooting be on some dude's neck? (via Idolator)

I hadn't heard about this "N-word incident," but now it seems Dog the Bounty Hunter might be done for.

So what will The Hills do now that the TV writers are on strike? News of the show's farcical nature keeps coming out. And this ridiculous twist is taking things to a whole new level.

Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein has started a new blog at NPR's site called Monitor Mix.

All Music Guide has started a blog as well.

TV Squad rounds up what the networks have in store for November sweeps.

This may not be the last season of Curb Your Enthusiasm. (via Pop Candy)

Lastly, you can stream a new Tokyo Police Club song at Spin.