Bruise Capitalism: One Bruise Cruise wasn’t enough for you? Well, fine, then. A press release from the folks behind the floating indie rock festival announces that documentary DVDs are in; there are extra copies for Bruisers who didn’t snag them the first time around. Though the release promises a sneak peak of Garage Rockers Gone Wild I, the link provided is just a promo for…the second iteration of the Bruise Cruise.

George Woven University: George Washington University will house the Textile Museum beginning in 2014, reports the Post: “George Washington University officials are expected to announce Tuesday afternoon that they are constructing a 35,000-square-foot building that will be the new home of the Textile Museum when it opens on the Foggy Bottom campus in 2014. The university is also building a 20,000-square-foot facility on its Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Loudoun County that will be used for storage space and conservation work.”

Warped Tour is, Apparently, Still Relevant: So much so that Click Track interviews Alabama rapper Yelawolf; they talk about his forthcoming release, hype men, and—of course—Warped Tour idiosyncrasies (sometimes dude has to play sets at 1 p.m.!).

Yesterday on Arts Desk: Beauty Pill, recording stuff! Prime peeing moments during Screen on the Green!