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- Read as Kim Gordon reflects that Reed was: “rock’s first great anti-hero.”
- Read the infamous Lou Reed and Lester Bangs interview.
- Read Aquarium Drunkard‘s piece: “Lou Reed :: Between Thought And Expression.”
- Read as Patti Smith calls Reed “A Very Special Poet.”
- Browse Stereogum’s list of “20 Great Lou Reed Moments.”
- Browse Spin’s list of 5 great rap songs that sampled Lou Reed songs.
- Browse Spin’s picks for essential Reed listening.
- Browse Rolling Stone’s picks for 20 essential Reed songs.
- Read as The Atlantic argues: “Lou Reed Made Generation X.”
Browse as Huffington Post makes their picks for the best graphic novels 0f 2013.
Read as Slate wonders if reading makes you a better person.
Read about recent research that tracks your relationships via Facebook.
Read about the “Perfume-Free Church”. What about incense?
Browse this list of “10 of the Weirdest Beers Ever Brewed.”
Browse Large Hearted Boy’s collection of cover song mixes.
Browse this list of 20 songs you might not have known were covers.
Have you ever wondered about the origin of the word “dude”?
Browse IFC’s list of 15 movies with crazy cult followings.
Just in case: here’s an illustrated guide to breaking down a door.
Browse this list of “9 Books to Drop Everything and Read.”
Read as Jon Acuff suggests: “How to be a better public speaker instantly.”
Read/watch as Mike Rowe exposes the folly of college and the glory of hard work.
Read/watch as a pianist is forced to quickly recover after the orchestra plays the “wrong” concerto.
Download “Instruments of Mercy” from Beautiful Eulogy.
Make something up as The Guardian asks: “What’s the worst excuse you’ve ever made?”
Read as “Relevant” reminds us that just because something is labeled “Christian” doesn’t mean it’s any good.
Read a history of candy corn.
Read as Time warns: “Facebook Knows When You’re Going to Get Dumped.”
Read as The Atlantic” urges: “Study Theology, Even If You Don’t Believe in God.”
Read about the science teacher who is in hot water for giving his students extra credit for visiting a brewery.
Read about the black woman who recalls the day she protected alleged Ku Klux Klan member from angry mob.”
Read The Atlantic’s piece: “When Cameras Took Pictures of Ghosts.”
Read NPR’s profile of Lonnie Holley.