Craft brewers want a tax cut; dressing like Tiger; and a realistic beating heart cake

Posted by Patrick Donohue -- on April 5, 2013 

BBC's iconic "Top Gear" is releasing a coffee table book of the 500 coolest cars ever made.

TuneCrawl instantly helps you find any song on Spotify, YouTube or SoundCloud.

How much will it cost to dress like Tiger Woods at The Masters? About as much as you'd think.

Charleston City Paper has some details about Bravo's new reality show, "Southern Charm," that will be filmed in the Holy City. 

Anthony Bourdain tells Andrew Zimmern why he did "The Taste." In a word -- Nigella.

People use "creole" and "cajun" interchangeably -- but they shouldn't, according to Saveur Magazine.

Jerry Hallman, head of the Beaufort County Republican Party, was quoted in the New York Times yesterday in a story about Mark Sanford

Charleston's Glazed Gourmet Doughnuts makes USAToday's list of great American doughnut shops.

Eater Charleston's April Heat Map is out and Two Boroughs Larder tops the list.

Taking pictures of your food? Don't forget props, says NY Times photog.

How potato chips are made in five GIFs.

A McDonald's in Massachusetts requires a bachelor's degree to be a cashier.

The distance from Earth to Mars in pixels. This is amazing.

Stereogum ranks Death Cab for Cutie's albums and EPs.

Amazon's AutoRip service provides digital copy of record to those who buy vinyl and CDs. Awesome. 

More details and photos are emerging about the CGBG movie that was filmed in Savannah and will release sometime this year.

Craft brewers are asking Congress for a tax cut

A beautiful time-lapse video of Earth taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station.

Time-Lapse | Earth from Bruce W. Berry Jr on Vimeo.

A totally gross (but kind of awesome) realistic beating heart cake

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