The Weekly Town Crier

March 1, 2013 at 9:05 am

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Why hello there. Thanks for dropping by. You are always welcome here, you know. However, when you stop by on Fridays, there is a catch. You have to bear with me while I pass on to you for your browsing pleasure (because it’s all about you), links that I have found interesting in one way or another throughout the week. You may like some of them and you may not. And that’s OK because we’re all in this together and we learn to respect each other and our differences because that’s what makes us a beautiful tapestry, right? You and me holding hands into the sunset into the world wide webs, happily ever after.

Be my Facebook friend. It’s not real until it’s on Facebook.

Follow my Twitterings.

Browse the music I’ve been listening to.

Stay tuned to the Habañero Collective events page for house show upcomings.

Take a Tumbl with me.

Read about Spune’s “Untapped” concert series/beer festival going national.

Browse this list of “Five Reasons To Kill Christian Music.”

Read about “A Missional Curriculum At Newbigin House.”

Read about the jeans company that has trademarked the name “Jesus.”

Watch Yo La Tengo on Fallon.

Read this report that there will be a Samurai Jack comic soon (oh, and other Cartoon Network shows will be made into comics as well).

Read this report that Arrested Development‘s return to TV will only be one season on Netflix.

Read as Paste reports that Ben Stiller will reprise his guest role in the return of Arrested Development.

Read about the new, member-site Paste.com.

Read about the debut album from The Lumineers going platinum.

Read this report that Frank Ocean‘s next album could include a collaboration with Depeche Mode.

Read about the Kopecky Family Band signing with ATO.

Browse this list of 20 “Indie” record labels you should know.

Read Rolling Stone’s interview with Jack White.

Read as the Wall Street Journal suggests that some authors have bought their way onto bestseller lists.

Browse Paste’s collection of great music-inspired posters.

Browse Flavorwire”s list of supergroups that ended up being less than super.

Read as Kevin Vanhoozer discusses the idea of biblical inerrancy.

Browse “Five Myths About Picking A Pope.”

R.I.P. C. Everett Koop.

Read the LA Times’ profile of Stone Brewing Company’s “devastatingly fresh” “Enjoy By” IPA series.

Read this piece citing a recent study finding that beards keep men healthier.

Read about Morrissey refusing to play Jimmy Kimmel Live because the cast from Duck Dynasty was scheduled for the same show.

Read about Andy Samberg and Joanna Newsom getting engaged.

Read this piece considering how a new car is out of reach for many American families.

Read about the oldest woman on the planets eats.

Read about Dennis Rodman calling North Korea’s Kim Jong Un a “friend for life.”

Read “The Harlem Shake and the Decline of Western Civilization.”

Read The List’s profile of Phoenix’s Papago Brewing Company founder Ron Kloth.

Read about the Brooklyn couple who plans to walk 200 miles to Rehoboth, Delaware to visit Dogfish Head Brewery.

Browse as Flavorwire chronicles Morrissey‘s feuds.

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