This Friday’s link roundup brings us religion, football and Pizza Whoppers.
Bird’s Eye View: How is the 9/11 memorial construction coming along? A New York Times interactive graphic shows the building process and models how the new Ground Zero structure will look. (New York Times)
Gratuitous Gluttony: Salon’s Francis Lam taste-tests the Burger King New York Pizza Whopper. Spoiler alert: it’s not that good. (Salon)
Secular Scandals: The New Yorker takes a look into C Street, a D.C. residence populated by Christian politicians and dubbed a “frat house for Jesus.” (New Yorker)
Green Goals: Why President Obama should put solar panels back on the White House. (Washington Post)
Facebook Farmers: How alike are Farmville users and actual farmers? Not alike in the slightest. (Mashable)
Listen to This: An a capella version of “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” by The Beach Boys, as part of a 4-disc Pet Sounds re-release, showcases the band’s flawless harmonies. (Tuneage)
Elsewhere on TIME.com: Techland has a list of the best tailgating gadgets to help kick off football season.
Must-See: French-Swiss artist Guillaume staged a human Pac-Man game with auditorium seats and stop-motion filming.