1. The Citizens Band, who introduced Michael Musto at our Nightlife Awards last night, will be performing at NYC's Abrons Arts Center October 24-27 in support of their latest album, Grab A Root And Growl. What's more, they'll be joined by Julia Stiles, Joe Sumner, Alia Shawkat and Ren. Sounds fun! [via press release]

2. A ten-year old ban on public murals and street art has been lifted in L.A. Hanksy, your move.

3. Tom Hanks is headed to Broadway! The actor will star in Nora Ephron's play, Lucky Guy, about columnist Mike McAlary whose career included both the loss of a libel suit and a Pulitzer Prize. [via EW]

4. Some ingenious folks created a map of 35 places in New York where you can find great doughnuts and we will be buying one for ourselves and all of our friends. [via Village Voice]

5. NY Mag's Sex Diaries might be turned into a TV Show. But, after hearing that it's being developed for ABC -- and after religiously reading those diaries each week for years -- we don't know how they'll manage to make it PG. [via Observer]

6. Like Fiona Apple, Willie Nelson, Snoop Dogg and Armie Hammer before him, Nelly was stopped while driving through Sierra Blanca, TX and detained along with six other busmates after sheriffs found weed, heroin (heroin!?) and a loaded gun. The rapper was let off, however, after a friend confessed to ownership of all of the illicit items. [via THR]  

7. Holy crap! A woman in France received a telephone bill for 12 quadrillion euros. The company told her she could pay in installments. Read more over at Gawker.