1. Netherlands comedian Ronald Goedemondt does the best impression of Nicolas Cage we've ever seen. Also, his "horror movie that Nicolas Cage would be in" concept is pretty damn accurate. [via Death and Taxes]
2. Target's next collab will be with Phillip Lim! The range will include menswear, womenswear and accessories and it will launch on September 15th. [via Press Release]
3. This may be the strangest contest ever: Jim Beam is making people compete to go on tour with Kid Rock and become his "personal bartender." Anyone, with or without bartending experience, can enter for a chance to travel with Kid Rock to three of his tour stops this summer and earn $10,000. You can apply here if that's your thing.
4. Mr. Sunday is back on May 12th at 3pm. The Sunday afternoon late brunch/dance party will kick off for the summer at Gowanus Grove with tacos, beer and sangria. [via Free Williamsburg]
5. Drag City is releasing an album by legendary comedian Andy Kaufman. The album, Andy and His Grandmother, will feature never-before-heard material from micro-cassette tapes that Andy recorded during 1977-79 and will be out on July 16th. [via Press Release]
6. Oh god. Jonah Falcon, the guy with the world's largest penis, went and made a terrible song about having a huge penis. [via Queerty]
7. Lauryn Hill, who was recently sentenced to three months in jail for tax evasion, released this new track, "Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix)" because she was legally obligated to. Hill wrote on her Tumblr, "Here is...a piece that I was 'required' to release immediately, by virtue of the impending legal deadline. I love being able to reach people directly, but in an ideal scenario, I would not have to rush the release of new music... but the message is still there. In light of Wednesday's tragic loss (of former label mate Chris Kelly), I am even more pressed to YELL this to a multitude that may not understand the cost of allowing today's unhealthy paradigms to remain unchecked!" Ooookay.
8. Things we shouldn't eat but need to eat a thousand of: a "croughnut" from Dominique Ansel Bakery in SoHo, which is a combination of doughnut and croissant. According to GrubStreet it "may very well change your life." We're not sure we want to find out how it will change our lives. [Thanks Abby!]