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Posted in Links, Sam by Sam Unsted on February 17, 2008

McSweeney’s has a fake musical starring Roger Clemens.

PopMatters gives its opinion on the sanitised Dexter.

The Guardian has just a whole host of good bits today. An interview with Portishead, another with Larry Clark and an acid test for Skins as real-life teens give their verdict on its verisimilitude.

Kosovo has declared its independence from Serbia.

The New York Times has reviews of the best short film nominees at the Oscars.

Should Hillary be advocating caucuses in Michigan and Florida? Jonathan Cohn at The New Republic asks just that very question.

The rumours are flying as to who will be McCain’s running mate. Condi? Pawlenty?

The Boston Globe investigates the modern evolution of the music video.

Oscar predictions galore at the moment. Here’s what The Washington Post expect.

Hillary Clinton has challenged Barack Obama to a debate on policies ahead of the Wisconsin primary.

The Hudge takes in some songwriting action. She probably doesn’t even need those hacks. She could just freestyle.

The Independent takes on Marvin Gaye’s ‘Here, My Dear’, his post-break up apoplectic rant set to a sumptuous, claustrophobic soul soundtrack.

Spinner has a list of the best ever band logos.

Esquire has a truly furious recollection of working at The Baltimore Sun by Wire-creator David Simon. Also it explores the political theorums and philosophy of Arnold Schwarzenegger.


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