"Run This Town," a new Jay-Z/Rihanna/Kanye West song from The Blueprint 3, leaked. Pitchfork proclaimed it a late-breaking summer jam.

Phish announced a three-day festival at the Coachella site over Halloween weekend. The band will play a staggering eight sets during that time. (My roommate Keenan must have fainted when he heard about this.) Speaking of Phish, Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein spent a week examining the band and its fans on her NPR blog.

Is Jon Stewart really America's most-trusted news anchor?

Slate has a feature on Armando Ianucci, "the man who taught Ricky Gervais and Sacha Baron Cohen everything they know."

Thom Yorke really will contribute a new song to New Moon, the Twilight sequel. So will Bon Iver. Can't fault the guys; it's instant cash, and perhaps it will win them some fans from the swooning teenage female demographic.

Daft Punk is planning to tour behind its Tron soundtrack.

Because there's no reason not to have a Lost link every day in the middle of summer, TV Guide previews the show's presence at Comic-Con.

Apparently Canada's music community really is a broken social scene.

The NFL Draft is moving to prime time next year.

How will Grey's Anatomy deal with title star Ellen Pompeo's pregnancy?

R&B singer The-Dream is supposedly retiring after his next album.

Lastly, Chris Brown has had a pretty bad year, but at least he inspired the ultimate wedding entrance video. It's seriously one of the most joyous things I've ever seen. I can't stop smiling. See for yourself: