1. Nowness has a new video out that's a great homage to Twitter app Vine. In it, Roman Coppola and Jason Schwartzman wax poetic about love via funny six-second vignettes. Bravo, guys.
2. Never mind the first part of that tweet -- it turns out that Amanda Bynes really did follow her dreams and move to the city to create a fashion line! In other news, if we don't get an invite to her fashion show, we quit. [via The Cut]
3. We'll probably be seeing a whole lot of new material of Jean-Michel Basquiat's in the next few months: Alexis Adler, an ex-girlfriend who shared an apartment with Basquiat in 1979, revealed that she still has a bunch of the artist's notebooks, post cards, painted clothes, photographs, drawings and graffiti. [via ArtInfo]
4. Eye roll of the day (if you didn't already roll your eyes at Jon Hamm telling the internet to stop ogling his package): the Times wrote an article on the rise in books about bullying and titled it "Publishers Revel in Youthful Cruelty." [via NPR]
5. "Monkey: Journey to the West," a martial arts and cartoon segment-heavy musical made by a few members of Gorillaz will not only open, but play more performances than any show ever at the Lincoln Center Festival in July. [via New York Times]
6. This New York Post article on the new Upper East Side steakhouse-cum-middle-age-hookup-spot Arlington Club is hilarious, mainly because it's filled with more "men as meat" analogies than a busy night on Grindr. [via Eater]
7. Holy shit, this "Calvin and Hobbes" bedroom is amazing. [via Laughing Squid]