Reading While Eating for March 29: High Meets Low

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A woman is tested for possible nuclear radiation at an evacuation centre in Fukushima, northern Japan, March 28, 2011.

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Tuesday’s links match Rebecca Black with The Beatles and South Park with fine art.

Mundane Melodies: Rebecca Black (or, rather, her writers at the Ark Music Factory), is just as good a lyricist as The Beatles. Don’t believe us? See this chart. (The Daily What)

Animated Artwork: If the creators of South Park can create a Broadway musical, what’s to stop the cartoon from becoming art? Check out this art exhibit inspired by 15 years of Eric Cartman and the gang. (Laughing Squid)

Bargain Brides: Did you know Costco sold wedding dresses? We didn’t either, but they actually look great — and aren’t all that cheap, either. (Racked)

Riveting Rivers: When you map out every river in the world, the result is a beautiful, award-winning graphic. (Flowing Data)

Super Heroine: Amy Adams is set to play Lois Lane in the new Superman reboot. Can she match up to Lois Lanes from the past? (LIFE)

Sporting Surprises: Think it’s shocking VCU made the Final Four? Check out the top 10 surprising teams through history that made it to the top. (TIME)

Viral Video: If Michael Bay directed an Angry Birds movie, things would get intense. Fast. (Vulture)