Sunday, November 7, 2010

Weekend Links

New York Magazine's wonderful "My Mother's Thanksgiving" feature will make you drool.

Keith Richards's memoir, Life, was released two weeks ago, to surprisingly favorable reviews. Rolling Stone magazine reports that Mick and Keith don't get along very well anymore, but Richards refuted that in a great interview with Fresh Air's Terry Gross.

Keith Phipps' "Triple Feature," about three "scary dog" movies, was very well-done.

A blogger calling herself Nerdy Applebottom posted a beautiful little story about her son who dressed as Scooby Doo's Daphne for Halloween. The title of the post? "My Son Is Gay."

Common Sense Dancing headquarters has been catching up on HBO's Bored To Death. We love its gorgeous Brooklyn locations! A couple of great reviews, by The New Yorker's Nancy Franklin and The AV Club's Nathan Rabin, really capture the spirit of the show.

The New Yorker's Sasha Frere-Jones has an interesting new article about Pavement, who are staging somewhat of a comeback.

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