Must-click links for April 4, 2011

New York Times Review of Books Blog: Young Israelis - A turn to the Right? Last year a poll asked "If Palestinians and Israelis reach an agreement … and the Israeli government brings the agreement to a referendum, would you vote for or against?" Among voters over 55, 61 percent — nearly two out of three — said they would support a deal. Among those younger than 35, it was the opposite: only one in three (37 percent) would vote in favor of an agreement..

Slant Magazine's Paul Schrodt reviews LCD Soundsystem's final concert in Madison Square Garden.

Studio 360: The "revolutionary" ideas of architect Christopher Alexander and his epic text "A Pattern Language."

Just in case you live under a rock, here is Steven Colbert's already classic rendition of "Friday":

Also the guys from The Lonely Island are back with "We're Back":

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The 2011 Cannes Film Festival unveils this gorgeous poster featuring a young Faye Dunaway.

The Economist: Climate change — This just in: The world is warming.

NPR Music: Listen to Panda Bear's "Tomboy" in its entirety.

Janet Maslin reviews Tina Fey's book of humorous essays, Bossypants. Ten advertisements that shocked the world.

Washington Post: Five myths about Muslims in America.

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