Whoa, fans of Law & Order: CI. Chris Noth is out; Jeff Goldblum is in. (More TV arrivals and departures here.)
A somber little new Wrens song is streaming in support of net neutrality, and a new Oxford Collapse MP3 is available just 'cause.
EW has made it to the top 25 of their "new TV classics" list.
And the Emmys released the top 10 candidates for the best comedy and drama series awards. Pretty solid looking lists if you ask me, but we'll have to wait and see who actually gets a nomination. (Please no Boston Legal!)
Slate writes on Hideo Kojima, "the Stanley Kubrick of video games."
Time Out London talked to Jay-Z about rap and politics.
New York Magazine asked musicians what songs would be on their summer mixtape, then made those playlists into Muxtapes. Click for RZA, Albert Hammond Jr., Free Kitten and Dirty Projectors.
Meanwhile, everybody's curious about what's on Obama's iPod.
Reggie and the Full Effect is calling it quits.
AV Club offers a primer on the history of Pixar.
Malcolm McLaren is bringing porn back to Times Square.
The Osbournes could be getting their own variety show.
After Ellen has a story about the women of Mad Men.
P2P file sharing could be legal in the UK by the end of the year.
And lastly: Big Lebowski action figures.