Saturday, January 15, 2011

Weekend Links, January 16, 2011

Michael Chabon, guest-blogging for Ta-Nehisi Coates in the Atlantic Monthly, weighs in on the controversy surrounding the re-publication of Huckleberry Finn.

An interesting article in The New Yorker about "The Battle Over the Constitution."

New York Magazine's Culture Vultures list 100 things they are looking forward to in 2011.Superchunk performed "Crossed Wires," from their excellent Majesty Shredding, on WBEZ's Sound Opinions.

The Walkmen, one of CSD's favorite bands, cut some tracks at the Daytrotter record barn.

The CSD staff finally got around to checking out "Damn You, Auto Correct!" which is, predictably, uneven, but occasionally gut-bustingly hilarious.

"The Hazards of the Couch," the latest tsk-tsk New York Times blog post about the dangers of inactivity, is a little unnecessarily scolding in its tone, but also has some good suggestions about the importance of staying active, even in addition to your trips to the gym.

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