Graham sells immigration reform; Kevin Ware can walk; and a celeb spends Easter in Charleston

Posted on April 2, 2013 

MTV has suspended production of its West Virginia-based reality show, "Buckwild" after one of its stars was found dead.

The New York Times has a piece about Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and his attempt to sell South Carolina voters on immigration reform.

Love coffee? Food Republic has a list of 10 coffees you should know.

NPR tells us why not apologizing makes us feel better.

The Atlantic has an awesome list of cinema's best break-up lines.

Want to read something that is likely to make you cry? Check out Adam Himmelsbach's piece in the Louisville Courier-Journal about Kevin Ware, the Louisville player who suffered a gruesome leg injury in Sunday's Midwest regional final against Duke.

Jason Zinoman of The New York Times has a great piece about Dave Chappelle after seeing the reclusive comedian perform in San Francisco.

Steve Buscemi will direct a live-streamed performance by Vampire Weekend at the Roseland Ballroom on April 24. 

The lineup for Lollapalooza 2013 was announced today.

A new app that makes shopping at farmers markets even more hip. As if that were possible.

Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner talks about the sixth season of the show, which premieres Sunday. 

The fight to save a 157-year-old restaurant in New Orleans.

Introduced Food & Wine Magazine's Best New Chefs 2013. Includes no locals.

Guess who spent Easter weekend in Charleston?

USA Today's Game On blog has some startling facts about how much you're paying for your sports TV.

I guess Florida Atlantic University's football stadium won't be named after a prison operator after all

This awesome chart makes sure you know your cuts of beef and never get confused at the meat counter ever again. 

U.S. Soccer with its 100th anniversary kits.

Lots of new music today including a release of B-sides and rarities from Rilo Kiley, a cool John Denver tribute record featuring My Morning Jacket, Dave Matthews and others and a new record from Cold War Kids, which I'm happy to report is awesome. 

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