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We really want to hang with the Happy Endings cast.

Julie Klausner and T.J. Miller in conversation for Fast Company.

Jay-Z speaks out in support of gay marriage.

Stream The Gossip’s new album, Joyful Noise, over on their site.

Lost pages from Antoine de Saint-Exupery reveal a scene cut from The Little Prince.

VICE hangs out with, kind of likes Brett Ratner.

Check out trailers for NBC’s four newest comedies.

People should really stop sending screenshots of sad text convos to Gawker (but this one’s prettttty good).

We Love DC interviews Kelley Deal (whose new band, R. Ring, is amazing).

Huffington Post rounds up SNL’s 15 best “Really?!” segments.

Not sure how the Air Force “accidentally” filled a hangar with foam, but, A+.

Cool parents recreate Beastie Boys video; Cool teachers pull a disco prank on students.

How Yahoo killed Flickr.

Want to start investing, even though you’re broke? Lifehacker’s got some tips.

Want to get into improv, but not sure where to start? Reminder: Podcast improv4humans is one of the best shows out there (as evidenced by today’s episode).

Photos of amazing Soviet architecture.

Alan Rickman will play CBGB owner Hilly Kristal in a new biopic on the legendary NYC club.

50 Etsy items to spend your paycheck on.

We can't wait for Michel Gondry's The We and I:

Because you’ve always wondered what it’d be like to hang with Weird Al, Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas:


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