Weekend Bites: When Wallace Met Federer, Patsy Cline’s Hometown, Lord Byron, Happy Baby Songs, And More

David Foster Wallace Federer

Roger Federer told a Reddit AMA that he read David Foster Wallace’s “Federer as Religious Experience,” and that the thing that struck the tennis legend was “that I only spent 20min with him in the ATP office at Wimbledon, and he was able to produce such a comprehensive piece.” (Via Deadspin)

John Lingan’s piece on Patsy Cline’s hometown is pretty essential reading.

Songs that Stephen Elliott and friends are playing on the set of the Happy Baby adaptation. 

A conversation with Lord Byron from 1824.

Spend a little time with a neon sign maker.

Lena Dunham isn’t too keen on the Girls porno idea.

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