Sanford wins; Animals dressed as hipsters; and the Civil War Diet

Posted by Patrick Donohue -- pdonohue@islandpacket.com on April 3, 2013 

Mark Sanford's political comeback is nearly complete, having defeated Curtis Bostic in yesterday's GOP run-off. 

The Washington Post noted that Sanford's now infamous Argentine girlfriend-now-fiancee attended his victory party in Mt. Pleasant. 

In sadder news, health concerns have prompted movie critic Roger Ebert has announced he will be taking a "leave of absence" from reviewing films.

John Mayer and Katy Perry have officially broken up. Let our national period of mourning commence. Or not.

To the surprise of no one, HBO has renewed Game of Thrones for a fourth season.

Bon Appetit's Andrew Knowlton's list of the nation's best sandwich joints including Charleston's Butcher & Bee. 

FIG and The Ordinary's Mike Lata talks to Food & Wine Magazine about his pre-service rituals.

Tired of kale? Try chard, says the Washington Post. 

Your prayers have been answered. Animals dressed as hipsters

What did soldiers eat during the Civil War? Turns out, some pretty gross stuff.

Bravo announces a new season of Top Chef, Top Chef Masters and a reality show set in Charleston called "Southern Charm."

Understanding umami.

There's no accounting for taste, I suppose but Red Sox rookie Jackie Bradley Jr. celebrated his debut with a trip to Applebee's.

NYPD unit uses Facebook and Instagram photos to track criminals.

Finally, a local cable company willing to tell us how much they hate their customers.

Esquire catalogs all of the zany crap Pizza Hut has done over the years.

Bob Costas drops some Ludacris lyrics.

Woman gets hit with a home run ball after her boyfriend jumps out of the way.

TMZ camerman asks Adrian Peterson the stupidest question ever then promptly falls over. My favorite part of this is that a passerby yells "Down goes Frazier!" 

Cold War Kids play "Miracle Mile" on Jimmy Kimmel

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