Here are the links we loved today:
The Pulitzer winners have been announced, and Longreads has collected this year's winners for you to read through.
Children of the 90s, rejoice: Rolling Stone is streaming “This Machine,” the latest from the Dandy Warhols.
The Wall Street Journal on reporting in an increasingly digital media landscape.
The New Yorker presents a new story from Junot Diaz, “Miss Lora.”
Two women have Charles Manson to thank for their friendship.
Zakk Wylde talks about his new book, Bringing Metal to the Children: The Complete Berzerker’s Guide to World Tour Domination, over at The Nervous Breakdown.
Adam Gopnik on Mad Men and nostalgia.
This profile on Brooklyn’s artisanal movement, aptly titled “The Twee Party,” is an amazing reaction to an oh-so-precious subculture (Austin could maybe learn some lessons).
If you missed Coachella, you can check out Radiohead’s complete set online.
Also, here’s a video of Tupac performing as a hologram: