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." Update: Nasty 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]