1. Song of the day: “Blurrier” by Starewell. Local Calgary guys doing a great job on a tight budget. This is from their second album. New album (#4) coming soon I hope – BLiggy

  2. *grabs highlighter…heads for CTrain* – BLiggy

  3. nick and george sit on their roof in brooklyn and have the best talk ever. – BLiggy

  4. OHMYGODILOVENEKOCASE! Great voice, brilliant songwriter, uber-hottie…but she’s also self-professed “piece of shit white trash” who will “pummel your fucking face.” That’s what the audience at a New Pornographers show in Boston on Friday night learned when someone chucked a New Pornos CD at frontman Carl Newman. Case showed her polemic punk-rock roots when she chided the audience, “I will go to jail—I don’t give a shit. I will fuck you up. I will fight every single fucking person in this room. Seriously, don’t pull that shit again.” The CD remained unharmed. “It’s still good,” Case said, “we can re-sell that.” Hat tip to A.V. Club and @riotactmediaBLiggy

  5. This is a true artifact of gaming history. The notebook of Toru Iwatani, creator of Pac-Man, complete with sketched-out pixel art, prototype mazes, and ghost movements. – BLiggy

  6. More unbelievably creative artwork, This time using cassette tape. I must own the “London Calling” print. – BLiggy

    London Calling

  7. The Chicago Blackhawks are bringing the Stanley Cup to Chicago’s gay Pride Parade. Brent Sopel and his wife and four children will appear with the Cup at the Pride Parade, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. He is marching in honor of Brendan Burke, the son of Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke, who was killed in a car accident two months after coming out late last year. “When Brendan came out, Brian stood by him, and his whole family stood by him, like every family should,” said Sopel. “We teach our kids about accepting everybody. Tolerate everybody, to understand where everyone is coming from.” – Burdell

  8. Jimmy Kimmel did his entire show last night using the webcam on his MacBook after a partial power outage snuffed out the show’s nerve center — leaving the star’s studio with lights, but no cameras to record the show. – BLiggy