1. An Arcade Fire Coachella ball is going for $999 on eBay.
2. The LA County Art Museum paid $467,500 for Christian Marclay's 24-hour-long video "The Clock." The work is one of an edition of six. [LA Times]
3. Here's how Google cut their tax bill by $3.1 billion over three years. We'll try next year. [via Bloomberg and Climateer Investing]
4. TMI: The New York Times reports today that somebody trying to get in to Las Vegas nightclub Marquee "threw up" while waiting in line. [NYT]
5. Maundy Wednesday? New research claims that the Last Supper actually took place on Wednesday. [BBC]
6. Check out these shots of works by the late artist Rammellzee from MOCA's "Art in the Streets" exhibit. [Hypebeast]
7. Our favorite part of Tina Fey's prayer for her daughter from her new book, Bossypants: "Lord, break the Internet forever, That she may be spared the misspelled invective of her peers, And the online marketing campaign for Rape Hostel V: Girls Just Wanna Get Stabbed." [Buzzfeed]