Paste has a feature on Zach Galifianakis.
Pitchfork has a long interview with GZA.
A certain former Lost cast member will make a reappearance this season.
Speaking of Lost, its creator, J.J. Abrams, talked to TV Guide about his new show, Fringe and his upcoming Star Trek reboot.
And speaking of resurrected franchises, could we be seeing a dark, brooding, Batman-like Superman franchise reboot?
On that tip, USA Today has a story about the origin of the Man of Steel.
Slate goes inside the minds of swimsuit models.
Are these the songs of summer 2008?
This Merge Records box set (curated by David Byrne, Amy Poehler and others) looks good.
Oh, I totally let this one slip by last week, but it's worth bringing up: Toby Keith is an Obama-loving Democrat? Who would have predicted that?
Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee, on the other hand, is a McCain man.
And perhaps you've heard about Madonna vs. McCain?
Playboy did a PG-rated shoot with the cast of Mad Men.
The LA Times has a look at Ticketmaster and the ticketing business.
Whoa, whoa, whoa... TV Land is going to start airing Scrubs? Is that instant nostalgia or what?
Lastly, the author of 100 Things To Do Before You Die has died. R.I.P.