Let's kick off this nocturnal edition of the links with the results of this year's fanfare-free Golden Globes. Here's who won, plus EW's analysis of the Globes' film and TV picks.

In honor of the Sundance Film Festival, AV Club counts down 10 Sundance sensations that changed the film industry.

Apparently besides being an excessive marijuana smoker, Scott Storch is a tax-evader.

You might recall that French dance sensations Justice had a DJ mix rejected by hip imprint Fabric. Apparently the band decided to leak the mix instead, so have at it.

A bunch of pregnant starlets gave birth.

It turns out an election year is a bad time to have a writers' strike.

Some Columbus hip-hop faves were listed on Hip Hop Site's year-end wrap-up. Wes Flexner explains what this means.

Hey look, a whole 1:15 of new Lost footage!

More after the jump...

Let's kick off this nocturnal edition of the links with the results of this year's fanfare-free Golden Globes. Here's who won, plus EW's analysis of the Globes' film and TV picks.

In honor of the Sundance Film Festival, AV Club counts down 10 Sundance sensations that changed the film industry.

Apparently besides being an excessive marijuana smoker, Scott Storch is a tax-evader.

You might recall that French dance sensations Justice had a DJ mix rejected by hip imprint Fabric. Apparently the band decided to leak the mix instead, so have at it.

A bunch of pregnant starlets gave birth.

It turns out an election year is a bad time to have a writers' strike.

Some Columbus hip-hop faves were listed on Hip Hop Site's year-end wrap-up. Wes Flexner explains what this means.

Hey look, a whole 1:15 of new Lost footage!

More after the jump...

Pitchfork has its daily dose of Bradford Cox in this interview about the Deerhunter frontman's solo project, Atlas Sound.

Stereogum rounded up some coverage of the growing schism between the music scenes in Brooklyn and Manhattan. I know many readers might not care too much about this, but for you, the comments section on this link is priceless.

We're unveiling our list of Columbus bands to watch in Thursday's paper, and all five will perform at a free show Saturday at Skully's. While you wait for that, peruse The Boston Globe's non-geographic list of bands to watch.

In other Columbus news, I somehow missed last week's Dispatch story that Crew Stadium went ahead with the plan to add a permanent concert stage in its north end.

The Washington Post has an interview with Rev Run about the surprisingly good Run's House.

Huh: Showtime has six of the 10 most downloaded shows on iTunes. I guess that's probably because nobody subscribes to Showtime.

Slate has "the juiciest bits from the unauthorized Tom Cruise biography."

Speaking of celebrities and books, ever wonder what the stars are reading lately?

A documentary on minimalist composer Philip Glass is on its way to theaters.

Finally, you want to see a new Soulja Boy video, don't you?