Bonnaroo’s Unexpected Scene-Stealer, MASH With Peggy Olson, and Maurice Sendak Nostalgia: Links You Need to See


Earlier today we dug up a heartwarming reading of Maurice Sendak’s In the Night Kitchen by James Gandolfini. We counted ourselves doubly lucky when we found more Sendak, this time in the form of illustrations for Leo Tolstoy’s Nikolenka’s Childhood. Vulture helped us revisit our youth, by taking us through a high-stakes round of playground game MASH (Mansion, Apartment, Shack, House, for those who have never been a nine-year-old girl) with Mad Men‘s Peggy Olson. Speaking of Mad Men, everyone should acquaint themselves with “Mad Men With Things Draw On Them.” It’s a game-changer. Equally required viewing is Bonnaroo’s best performer, ASL translator “Holly.” Linda, step aside. Lastly, a baby dressed up like Ziggy Stardust-era David Bowie? Yes, please. Trust me when I say it’s worth cooing over checking out from a strictly observational standpoint.