Uggs Get Even Uglier + New Trailer for The Dictator = Eight Items Or Less

1. Chicago's answer the The New Yorker, The Chicagoan, has re-launched.  The original magazine ran from 1926-1935 and featured long form articles and short stories much like its East Coast counterpart.  To market the new mag, the publishers have set up 1920s-era pop-up newsstands where you can buy the publication at $19.95 a pop. [The Economist]

2. Nike sues Reebok over its use of Tim Tebow in Jets-related apparel. [Crains New York]

3. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner will direct his first feature film and we hear it's a road-trip buddy comedy featuring Zach Galifianakis and Owen Wilson. [Flavorwire]

4. Look at these Uggs. [Jezebel]

5. A new app called, appropriately, Shitter allows you to make four rolls of toilet paper printed with a Twitter feed of your choice. [Laughing Squid]

6.  Watch the official trailer for The Dictator -- this one features extended footage of Anna Faris playing a pixie-haired granola girl and Sacha Baron Cohen's character working odd jobs in the U.S. sans beard. [Buzzfeed]

7. A German firm just came out with an edible cookbook that has recipes printed on fresh pasta that can be turned into a lasagna.  We'll take seven please. [Laughing Squid]

8. Azealia Banks is dropping an EP, 1991, three weeks from now on April 17th and word is she's also gotten help from Kanye West and Lana Del Rey on her forthcoming full-length, Broke With Expensive Taste, out this September. [Flavorwire]

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