Raf Simons Taking Over Dior + Giant Snakes Are a Thing in Bushwick = Eight Items Or Less

1. Ending months of speculation, it has been announced that Raf Simons (formerly of Jil Sander) will replace John Galliano as artistic director of Dior. [The Cut via NY Times]

2. In case you're going through Easter withdrawal, we suggest you check out Happy Bunny, Honey an Edward Gorey-style children's book for adults written by Davey Barrett and illustrated by Chris Tucci. It's a darkly cute story about "a desperate lady bunny who finally found reason to go home from a bar alone" and can be found on Amazon.

3. TAG ME. Check out the new music video for "Put Your Graffiti On Me" by Kat Graham. [YouTube]

4. If, like us, you're excited for the premiere of HBO's Girls this weekend, why not check out some of Lena Dunham's favorite watering holes that will appear on the show (including a few in "Grown-Up Brooklyn"), courtesy of a map made by our friends at Gothamist. [Gothamist]

5. This unlikely pro-marijuana billboard in Colorado makes us wonder what that woman was like in college. [Buzzfeed]

6. Check out a video of a short-haired and clean-shaven Willie Nelson playing at the Grand Ole Opry c. 1965. [Laughing Squid]

7. Apparently giant snakes are a thing in Bushwick. [Animal New York]

8. Watch Olivia Wilde, Penn Badgley and Zoe Kravitz in a PSA for "99% Spring," which aims to work with over 1,000 grassroots organizations to engage 100,000 people and train them in "non-violent direction action." [The 99 Spring]

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