Pitchfork interviews Liz Phair.
AV Club has a list of 21 hilariously hyperbolic pro-American songs.
The actors' strike is really going to happen, isn't it?
The producers of The Real World will take over Project Runway when it moves to Lifetime.
Idolator links to reports on several new digital music services, including one that lets you sample full songs before buying.
EW counts down film's best bad girls.
Slate takes a trip to reality TV school.
TV Guide spoke to Joel McHale of The Soup.
Those judges sure do love Bob Dylan.
The Independent wonders what ever happened to live albums?
Some hip-hop websites were hacked by a hate group.
Football fans: Warren Sapp is going on Dancing With the Stars, while Michael Strahan will guest on Chuck.
Peter Gabriel will cover the Vampire Weekend song that namechecks him.
The Hollywood Reporter goes over Jay Leno's options for when he leaves The Tonight Show next year.
Stereogum brings us an MP3 from a band called Roadside Graves and directs us to this new, non-album track from The Verve.
Lastly, I love how Jay-Z chose to address his ongoing feud with Oasis at Glastonbury.