1. Radiohead is playing a free show this afternoon, September 30, 4 p.m., in New York's Zuccotti Park (Liberty Street btwn. Broadway and Trinity Place) to support "Occupy Wall Street." UpdateNasty Little Man says this isn't happening while an Occupy Wall Street spokesman insists to Gawker that the show is still on. Recap: Radiohead is either playing or not playing a free show today at 4 p.m. Take your pick.

2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art's record-breaking Alexander McQueen exhibit may be headed to London's Victoria & Albert Museum. [The Art Newspaper]

 3. Mark Ronson is the "creative linchpin" for Coca-Cola's marketing campaign for the 2012 Olympics in London featuring a song co-written with Katy B. [AdAge]

4. Six Bob Dylan paintings currently on display at New York's Gagosian Gallery were allegedly copied from a Flickr photo stream created by Rob Oechsle from his private collection. [Art Info]

5. If you're headed down to Asbury Park this weekend for All Tomorrow's Parties, look out for a new Shepard Fairey mural called "The Rebel Waltz" now up along the boardwalk. (Star-Ledger)

6. Sign this petition to save the St. Mark's Bookstore.

7. This is exactly the noise we make when we think about the St. Mark's Bookstore closing. Cat is smart. [Buzzfeed]