Lunchtime Links


Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.


MTV Music Video Awards


If you didn’t get a chance to watch last night’s MTV’s Video Music Awards, Rolling Stone recapped the night’s biggest events, from Kanye’s 2020 campaign announcement to Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj’s beef.


"ATX Uncensored-ish"


On Monday, the CW Austin will be recording its newest late-night television show “ATX Uncensored-ish” at the Spiderhouse Ballroom at 9 p.m. Join the audience for a chance to be on TV as comedians Brian Gaar, Kath Barbadoro, Chris Cubas, Maggie Maye and Danny Palumbo perform comedy sets. Doors open at 8 p.m. and tickets are $10.


Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz


After hosting the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night, pop-singer Miley Cyrus debuted her new album “Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz” streaming free on SoundCloud. In a New York Times interview, Cyrus said the 23 tracks are a chance for her to make the music she wants to make without her label contract.

Five Ways to Meet Your Academic Goals and Still Have a Life

With the first week of school over, many students may be feeling stressed and overwhelmed. If you’re still trying to figure out a way to balance your health, school and social calendar, take some advice from UT’s School of Undergraduate Studies’ “Five Ways to Meet Your Academic Goals and Still Have a Life.”