Reading While Eating for March 21: Supermoons and Scientology

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A Sony playstation controller is seen at an area that was devastated by last week's earthquake and tsunami, in Kesennuma, north Japan, March 19, 2011.

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Monday’s links get musical and get a hankering for ice cream.

Fosse Felons: Catch Me If You Can, a movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio as a con man, is now heading to Broadway. See other ex-cons who found a place in pop culture. (Vanity Fair)

Religious Redecorating: Scientology certainly has seen its share of controversies. But followers do get to hang out in a pretty place. Take a look inside the New York City headquarters. (Metro)

Pricey Pints: Would you spend $17 for a pint of ice cream? Here’s why one ice-cream maker charges so much for her creations. (CNNMoney)

Mapping Misery: As Japan reels from its massive earthquake, tsunami and resulting nuclear crisis, scientists continue to piece together the natural disaster. This animated map provides a clear picture of the tsunami’s waves. (Esri)

Lost in the Rubble: See the picture above and even more images from the devastation in Japan with’s sprawling photo gallery. (TIME)

Sights in Space: Did you miss this weekend’s “supermoon,” where the moon appeared gigantic in the sky? Here’s what you could have seen. (LIFE)

Listen to This: NPR is streaming Peter, Bjorn and John’s new album, “Gimme Some,” on its website. You know what to do. (NPR)

Viral Video: Watch “My Favorite Color,” a remix made entirely of found YouTube clips. (The Daily What)