The New York Times is streaming The National's new album "High Violet" in full until Tuesday.

Turns out the bleeping of Kyle's speech at the end of "South Park" was not "some meta-joke." Also, Jon Stewart stood up for his fellow funnymen on last night's "Daily Show".

The Miami New Times has a feature on the rise and fall of Scott Storch.

AV Club asks "Is there such a thing as an honest song?" and "Which pop culture figure would you like to see make a comeback?"

Meanwhile, Slate wonders: Would Facebook's new "Like" buttons make it more powerful than Google? And what would it be like to quit the internet for four months?

"Avatar" seems to be cleaning up in DVD and Blu-ray sales almost as much as at the box office.

CBS will begin sharing March Madness coverage with several cable networks next year.

Green Day showed up for a surprise performance at last night's showing of their "American Idiot" musical on Broadway.

Want to go back in time with Devo?

Scottish iTunes shillers The Fratellis broke up after five years.

I'm intrigued by performance artist John Kelly's routine as Joni Mitchell in his traveling show "Paved Paradise".

Lastly, here's Gorillaz performing "Stylo" on "The Colbert Report". Just like at Coachella, Damon Albarn recruited Mick Jones and Paul Simonon of The Clash for the stage show. Special guest Bobby Womack is in the fold too. An interview with Albarn and cartoonist Jamie Hewlett is after the jump.

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The New York Times is streaming The National's new album "High Violet" in full until Tuesday.

Turns out the bleeping of Kyle's speech at the end of "South Park" was not "some meta-joke." Also, Jon Stewart stood up for his fellow funnymen on last night's "Daily Show".

The Miami New Times has a feature on the rise and fall of Scott Storch.

AV Club asks "Is there such a thing as an honest song?" and "Which pop culture figure would you like to see make a comeback?"

Meanwhile, Slate wonders: Would Facebook's new "Like" buttons make it more powerful than Google? And what would it be like to quit the internet for four months?

"Avatar" seems to be cleaning up in DVD and Blu-ray sales almost as much as at the box office.

CBS will begin sharing March Madness coverage with several cable networks next year.

Green Day showed up for a surprise performance at last night's showing of their "American Idiot" musical on Broadway.

Want to go back in time with Devo?

Scottish iTunes shillers The Fratellis broke up after five years.

I'm intrigued by performance artist John Kelly's routine as Joni Mitchell in his traveling show "Paved Paradise".

Lastly, here's Gorillaz performing "Stylo" on "The Colbert Report". Just like at Coachella, Damon Albarn recruited Mick Jones and Paul Simonon of The Clash for the stage show. Special guest Bobby Womack is in the fold too. An interview with Albarn and cartoonist Jamie Hewlett is after the jump.

The Colbert ReportMon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30cGorillaz - Stylowww.colbertnation.comColbert Report Full EpisodesPolitical HumorFox News

The Colbert ReportMon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30cGorillazwww.colbertnation.comColbert Report Full EpisodesPolitical HumorFox News