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-What did you want to be when you were just a wee pre-teen? Twelve-year-old David Fishman wants to critique restaurants for the Zagat Guide. A recently opened Italian spot in New York allowed him to bone up on his skills. -Members of Radiohead and Wilco are joining forces with ex-Crowded House frontman..


-What did you want to be when you were just a wee pre-teen? Twelve-year-old David Fishman wants to critique restaurants for the Zagat Guide. A recently opened Italian spot in New York allowed him to bone up on his skills.-Members of Radiohead and Wilco are joining forces with ex-Crowded House frontman Neil Finn for a reprise of his 2001 Seven Worlds Collide project. They'll record new music to benefit Oxfam, an organization battling poverty in more than 100 countries.-The Large Hadron Collider (a.k.a. "the Big Bang Machine") suffered an electrical malfunction in September. The 17-mile particle accelerator is going to take $21 million to fix and likely won't be officially online until the summer.-With the help of Interpol, five African countries just made the biggest wildlife crime bust in history: over a ton of illegal elephant ivory was seized. Here's to international cooperation.-From the GOOD Community: Spraygraphic posts an interview with the California-based artist Tocayo, whose colorful and detailed drawings take their inspiration from politics and architecture (and everything in between).(Image: A hairy, drippy Rahm Emannuel. Credit: Don Relyea. Via Computerlove.)
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