Happy St. Patrick's Day to ya, and welcome back to your regularly scheduled programming.

EW has the scoop on the new episodes of The Office, straight from Steve Carell. They also went behind the scenes for a week of production at SNL.

Meanwhile, TV Guide has news on the next season of Pushing Daisies.

This week Spinner is streaming new albums from The B-52s, Destroyer, F*** Buttons and more. Paper Thin Walls also has an interview and "listening party" with those profane Buttons.

Huge news for Mr. Show fans: David Cross and Bob Odenkirk are working on a sitcom pilot for HBO.

The LA Times has an exhaustive story on the events leading up to the death of Tupac Shakur.

Music magazine Harp is closing up shop.

The New York Times wonders whether Starbucks screwed up by expanding its in-store music selection so quickly. Idolator, as usual, has its own take.

Click here to see Spoon's new video for "You Got Yr Cherry Bomb."

And watch below for a new Modest Mouse video for "Fly Trapped In a Jar."

More links after the jump...

Happy St. Patrick's Day to ya, and welcome back to your regularly scheduled programming.

EW has the scoop on the new episodes of The Office, straight from Steve Carell. They also went behind the scenes for a week of production at SNL.

Meanwhile, TV Guide has news on the next season of Pushing Daisies.

This week Spinner is streaming new albums from The B-52s, Destroyer, F*** Buttons and more. Paper Thin Walls also has an interview and "listening party" with those profane Buttons.

Huge news for Mr. Show fans: David Cross and Bob Odenkirk are working on a sitcom pilot for HBO.

The LA Times has an exhaustive story on the events leading up to the death of Tupac Shakur.

Music magazine Harp is closing up shop.

The New York Times wonders whether Starbucks screwed up by expanding its in-store music selection so quickly. Idolator, as usual, has its own take.

Click here to see Spoon's new video for "You Got Yr Cherry Bomb."

And watch below for a new Modest Mouse video for "Fly Trapped In a Jar."

More links after the jump...

Scott Weiland: Still not dead.

Neither is Amy Winehouse, but even Keith Richards thinks she needs to quit drugs.

Radiohead is judging an In Rainbows animated video contest. Also, Trent Reznor had a problem with their approach to the name-your-price sales model.

The guys behind It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia are creating a new single-camera comedy for Fox.

Want to legally watch The Big Lebowski for free online? Done. You can thank Hulu for that.

Have a grimace at these Kurt Cobain signature edition Converse shoes. Punk rock means freedom, people!

A couple "political" links for you: Status Ain't Hood reviewed music by Eliot Spitzer's hooker, while DMX wonders "What the f*** is a Barack?"

Don't read this Lost story unless you're all caught up.

Wow, Ed McMahon broke his neck a year ago?