Lion meat in Illinois; A car review gone wrong; and colorful fashions at The Carolina Cup

Posted by Patrick Donohue on March 28, 2013 

I hate dogs.

St. Helena Island native Candice Glover continues to kill it on American Idol, our own Laura Oberle writes. 

A new documentaries offers varied, bizarre theories about what Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" is really about, most of which are dismissed as crazy by those who worked on the film. 

A bill is introduced in the Illinois legislature to discourage the production and consumption of lion meat. Yes, they needed a law to do that.

A Myrtle Beach salon caters to a very specific clientele -- those with head lice.

Turns out, Ashley Judd won't be running for the Senate in Kentucky.

What's up with all those equal signs popping up all over your Facebook?

The State's Otis Taylor writes about the colorful fashions always on display at the Carolina Cup.

Epicurious recaps "Girls" using Peeps.

A bill that would double the amount of beer Georgia home brewers would be allowed to make has been passed by state legislators

Eater Charleston has a list of the Holy City's most iconic sandwiches.

A Chinese fishmonger finds a live bomb inside a squid

A Dallas Morning News auto writer's test drive of the 2013 Dodge Ram 1500 was going great -- until the truck caught fire

Mens Health writes about the healthiest nut you might not be eating

A new travel show featuring Joel McHale, Aziz Ansari and Aisha Tyler? Yes, please.

Justin Timberlake continues to be one of the most likable dudes on Earth, this time surprising some of his biggest fans who were asked to help make a commercial for his recently released LP, "20/20." 

Some new music from Rogue Wave.

Pandas are cute

 

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