A restaurant called the Pitchfork Saloon is opening this weekend in Chicago, but it has nothing to do with the Chicago-based music website of the same name. Idolator cracked some pretty good jokes about it.
Is TV still a more powerful medium than the internet? Or is it a dead medium?
Slate explores the controversy behind Shepard Fairey's and argues for the end of the WNBA.
Meanwhile, Slate offshoot The Root lists 100 black Americans who are doing the most to change the world.
The latest Kanye West collaboration is perhaps the strangest: He's writing a book with Bill Plympton. (Also, the latest Kanye death rumor is a fraud.)
PopMatters argues that the all-encompassing nostalgia movement that has brought an increased interest in vinyl will not be so kind to cassettes.
Susan Boyle set an Amazon sales record.
Paste (with a flashy new redesign) argues that DJ Hero is changing music forever.
EW has a gallery of Jim's best pranks on The Office.
We close with a new video called "Open or Shut" from a band called Blessure Grave.
Blessure Grave // Open Or Shut Music Video from adam grabarnick on Vimeo.