The Five Things You Needs To Know Today

Details Emerge From Boston Marathon Bombing- With no suspect in custody, details of the Boston Marathon bombing have been slow to emerge. As of April 17th, 8:48 A.M., there have been three deaths: an eight-year old boy named Martin Richard, a 29-year old restaurant manager Krystle Campbell and an unnamed Boston University graduate student. In addition, there have been 183 injured. Investigators believe the bombs was placed in pressure cookers in trash cans around the finish line. Photos of the “lid” of the pressure cooker can be found here.

San Francisco’s Outside Lands Festival Lineup Announced- Going on it’s 6th year, the San Francisco Outside Lands Festival has been announced produced by Superfly and Another Planet Productions (who also produced Bonnaroo). Held from August 9-11, the Festival this year will boast headliners, Paul McCartney, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix and a reunion show from Jurassic 5. For the full lineup, click here.

Daft Punk releases tracklist for Random Access Memories- Electronic pioneers Daft Punk have not released an album since 2008, and their highly anticipated album is soon to be released on May 21, 2013. Yesterday, the duo released their tracklist via the Vine app, which allows you to make “mini-videos.” Check out the tracklist here.

Pitch Perfect sequel confirmed- In what was Bring It On for acapella music, a Pitch Perfect sequel has been confirmed. After a successful performance by the cast at the MTV Movie Awards, a sequel was pretty logical. The film made of $65 million domestically. There is still no word on who from the original cast will return.

Pat Summerall Dies. Legendary sports broadcaster and football player Pat Summerall passed away yesterday at 82 years young. The former NY Giants was known for his soft tenor and way of saying things without using many words. For a full obituary click here.

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