1. Lil' Wayne has lost his lawsuit against Quincy Jones III over the latter's documentary The Carter; instead, a countersuit has the Young Money founder on the hook for over $2 million. (And, in case you missed it, here's Wayne's bewildering deposition from the trial.) [TMZ]
2. Anheuser-Busch has asked Paramount to remove their products from Denzel Washington drunk-pilot vehicle Flight. "While filmmakers often receive payments to place products in a film, manufacturers do not have blanket control over the portrayal of their wares," notes the New York Times.
3. There's a new box set from no-wave relics Mars, one of four bands on Brian Eno's classic No New York compilation. Rehearsal Tapes and Alt-Takes NYC 1976-1978 will be out on three cassettes from Anòmia records. [EastVillageRadio]
4. Dig Dee-Lite's twenty-year-old get out the vote spot [@tmcgev]:
5. If your polling place, like ours, is missing "I Voted" stickers, you can print your own here -- that is, if you remember to vote (just like Lou Reed wants you to!). [Slate; Lou Reed's Facebook]
6. But don't Instagram your ballot -- it's a misdemeanor in New York! (Sharing your ballot can be seen as evidence of voter intimidation.) See other states' laws here. [AllThingsD]
7. New York City parks, playgrounds, and beaches will be closed starting at noon tomorrow in anticipation of another storm.