Check out Favstar.fm, which aggregates funny, whip-smart tweets from Twitter members each day. If you like what you see, click to follow the author. One favorite from February by @rainnwilson (yes, that Rainn Wilson from The Office): "Waitress: 'Do u have any questions about the menu?' Me: 'What kind of font is this?'"
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If You're in the Mood for Jazz
Download Preservation. Benefiting the legendary Preservation Hall in New Orleans and its music outreach program, this album features jazz classics performed by more than 20 artists and groups (Louis Armstrong, Andrew Bird, and Tom Waits, to name a few). Standout tracks include "After You've Gone," by Del McCoury, and "Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea," by Paolo Nutini.
Try the HomeBody DVD workout. No fancy equipment is required―just a few household items like a chair and water bottles to use as weights. Former dancer and certified fitness instructor Jillian Hessel moves through a fusion routine of dance, yoga, and Pilates for a full-body workout set to fun music.
Tune in to The Ricky Gervais Show on HBO on February 19 at 9 p.m. ET. Gervais and Stephen Merchant, cocreators of The Office, are joined by friend Karl Pilkington in an animated version of the popular talk show podcast in which they voice characters that―hilariously―discuss hot topics like modern inventions and charity.
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If You Want to Rock
Download This Addiction, the seventh album from Chicago-based punk rock band Alkaline Trio, out February 23. The songs are full of fast-paced beats and intimate lyrics. (On "American Scream," vocalist Matt Skiba sings, "They tied that yellow ribbon around the oak tree/They wore out all the prayer in their hearts.")
Watch the journey of comedian Mark Malkoff, who depended on the kindness of strangers to get a lift through Manhattan. Literally: Strangers carried Malkoff―mostly by piggyback―for almost 10 miles. Who says New Yorkers aren’t friendly?