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It's time we started getting psyched, in our own drama-club way, for Superbowl weekend. As usual, Fred and Carrie have our backs. Behold, Prairie Home Companion tailgating via Portlandia. [via IFC]



This new video combines Nigerian synth-pop pioneer William Onyeabor's "Fantastic Man" with roller skating moves straight outta the Central Park Bandshell. Nice. [via Nowness]

Rutgers University is offering a class on Beyoncé. Is it too late to audit it? [via Jezebel]

And, while we're on the topic of Beyoncé, here's eight minutes of Beyoncé singing "Surfboart." Because the internet. [via OG Black Jesus]

Screen Shot 2014-01-29 at 1.33.24 PM.pngJack Nicholson took a selfie at last night's Lakers game, duck face and all. [via Complex]

Kendrick Lamar responds to Macklemore's Instagram comment on how Kendrick should have taken the win for 'Best Rap Album' at the Grammys, stating "It's well deserved; he did what he did, man... He went out there and hustled and grinded. Everything happens for a reason; the universe comes back around, that's how it go."

Screen Shot 2014-01-29 at 1.38.12 PM.pngTumblr artist Let There Be Doodles gave Disney princesses an unconventional makeover by transforming them into men. [via Flavorwire]

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Screen Shot 2014-01-29 at 1.43.45 PM.pngPut way too many birds on it! Hitchcock's The Birds plays at MoMA today through Friday. [via MoMA]

Locals Habibi celebrate the release of their first album at Baby's All Right tonight. According to the suddenly ubiquitous Burger Records, which dropped the album yesterday, the band "mixes garage rock melodies with Middle Eastern and dissonant sounds." [via Baby's All Right]

Three writers -- Susan Swimmer, Emily St. John Mandel and Lauren Cerand -- talk Coco Chanel and the book The Allure of Chanel tonight at the Strand. [via The Strand]

Queer experimental film platform Dirty Looks NYC celebrates their third anniversary at The Spectrum tonight with an evening of viewings of influential and groundbreaking video from 1990 to 2013 and a performance by Colin Self. [via Flavorpill]

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