Grub Street asks whether a chef's private behavior should affect their restaurant's reputation. Domino's thanks its 8 million Facebook fans by toppling 50,000 dominoes. The readers of the Charleston City Paper picked Holy City Brewing as the their favorite local brewery? Agree? Disagree? The New York Times makes pasta with Nigella Lawson. Star chefs are fighting to save New York City's Old Fulton Fish Market. USA Today asks whether gluten-free is a lifestyle or just the latest in a long line of diet fads? Another reason to drink craft beer: It helps local farmers, according to NPR. Jacob Bernstein writes about his mother, Nora Ephron, and her final days in an incredibly emotional piece for this weekend's New York Times Magazine. New music (finally) from Surfer Blood.
Jon Stewart is taking a hiatus from The Daily Show to direct a movie and John Oliver will take his place. Dexter is coming to an end, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Self-portraits of 20 famous authors. YouTube is reportedly going to launch a music-streaming service to take on Spotify. NPR's Linda Holmes wonders whether romantic comedies are dead. The FBI is investigating an unidentified drone spotted near JFK Airport. Your brain has fat and it's trying to kill you, according to Outdoor Magazine. Music blog Pigeons and Planes made a list of the 50 most influential indie rock bands of all-time. Last but certainly not least, what San Francisco's Bay Bridge looks like when adorned with 25,000 LED lights.