Eavesdropping In: Cooked Rabbit Cocaine, MySpace Continues Downward Spiral

by Mara Siegler · January 4, 2011

The Rock N' Roll Circus held at Lincoln Center last night turned into a mini-riot when Japanther took the stage. They played just three songs before it was shut down. Even teenagers were "scared to death." [NY Post]

The "Herb Converter" iPhone app allows stoners to convert their Mary Jane easily from ounces to grams and calculate prices. Instead of being happy, potheads want it to make price differentials for different kinds of dope and names of available marijuana. Some even expect the app to weigh their stash for them. [Gawker]

Speaking of marijuana, here's how not to smuggle drugs: A Yankee Stadium security guard claimed he was carrying a "cooked rabbit" in his luggage - but airport inspectors found three bricks of cocaine. [Gothamist]

The glory days of MySpace are far behind it, and now the social networking site is planning massive layoffs, potentially axing between a third and a half of its employees. [WSJ]

Rumor has it that Bret Easton Ellis has written an epilogue for American Psycho, which will be included in a special 20th anniversary hardcover edition of the book in stores this spring. [Page Six]