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Morning, all. It’s only supposed to be 93 degrees today, down from yesterday’s record 102. Speaking of which, have you checked out the Weather Channel’s new site? (It’s still beta.) It looks very USA Today, no?

National Public Radio is no longer. Don’t worry, it’s a change in name only—you’ll still hear Renee Montagne and Steve Inskeep as you wake up in the morning. The D.C.-based organization will now officially go by its familiar acronym: NPR.

The two remaining Beatles reunited last night during Ringo Starr‘s 70th birthday concert at Radio City Music Hall. Paul McCartney took the stage with a rendition of “Birthday,” from the White Album.

Mel Gibson, why don’t you just take your millions, build yourself a nice compound, and go into self-imposed exile? You’re not only a racist, but now you’re a practitioner of domestic violence? Well, your ex “fucking deserved it,” after all. You are a terrible person. Seriously.

It’s fashion week in Paris, let the crazy couture begin. Skunky bouffants, 5-inch neon heels, and nun-inspired fashion are all here. And these women are considered fashion icons because…?

Capital Fringe opens tonight! Check out all our obsessive coverage here. The Gypsy Tent’s open ’til 1:30 a.m., so even if you have to work late, you’ve still got plenty of time to check out all the action afterward.