1. Ahhh! Wet Hot American Summer reunited at San Francisco Sketchfest and performed the 2001 cult comedy classic as a radio play. [Buzzfeed, GIF via Davidwain.com ]
2. Lady Gaga's mom and dad are opening a restaurant in New York City on February 1st called Joanne (70 W. 68th Street). [NYT]
3. Five reasons you should reconsider Lana Del Rey via Free Williamsburg. Meanwhile, Stereogum, who has pretty much remained neutral on LDR-gate thus far, has an early review of Born to Die, out Tuesday: "Born To Die is bad. It's really bad. It's bad in ways that "Video Games" and "Blue Jeans" and even "Born To Die" in no way predicted.
4. Justin Timberlake -- singer, actor and part-time creative director of Callaway Golf -- is helping the golfing company attract younger players. He told the Wall Street Journal that a new marketing campaign could give the sport "a nice injection of kickassery." Sure thing, JT. [WSJ]
5. Visionaire made the biggest magazine in the world and now has the smallest book in the world. It will be displayed from today until February 8th at the magazine's world headquarters at 11 Mercer Street in NYC.
6. Daniel Radcliffe is set to play Allen Ginsberg in a new film called Kill Your Darlings. It is not a re-make of the 2006 Swedish film with the same title. This one's about three young poets -- Ginsberg, Kerouac and Burroughs -- in Greenwich Village who get in trouble for failing to report the 1944 murder of David Kammerer by Lucien Carr. Elizabeth Olsen also stars. [GossipCop]
7. Take a tour of the crazy sewers beneath Bushwick with Steve Duncan and Papermag pals MyBlockNyc [via Gothamist.]
8. Watch the Glee teaser for the January 31 "Michael Jackson" episode.