Paste is launching a fundraising drive to help the magazine make it through the recession.

My obsession with Phoenix grows by the hour. Their video for "1901" is not embeddable, so watch it here. Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, an early contender for album of the year, is officially out May 26.

Rolling Stone talked to NBC's Brian Williams about his new online music interview series, BriTunes. (Still funny!) Tasty morsel: "The other night, I was listening to Jay-Z's "My First Song." That was the last song I listened to before going on air. I was tempted to go on and say 'Ch'boy!' but I didn't. It was close."

Lindsay Lohan was cast in an indie "fantasy-comedy" also starring Woody Harrelson, Giovanni Ribisi, Dave Matthews and Alanis Morissette.

Brett Ratner is no longer the only director helming a Frank Sinatra biopic. Martin Scorcese is now making one too, and thank God.

Conan O'Brien will be Jay Leno's last Tonight Show guest.

Interesting feud: Aziz Ansari vs. IMAX.

That Danger Mouse/Sparklehorse/David Lynch collaboration Dark Night of the Soul has hit some legal snags.

The new White Rabbits album, It's Frightening, is streaming at MySpace.

TV Guide's latest Lost video tries to pick up the pieces from the finale. (Also, check out Jimmy Kimmel's staring contest with Matthew Fox.)

Looks like Scrubs will be back in some form next year.

And Zach Braff would be glad to know we're finishing with another new Shins song today. It's called "The Rifle's Spiral."