Tracking God in real-time; a holy Goldfish; and Betty Draper's Squatter Goulash

Posted by Patrick Donohue -- pdonohue@islandpacket.com on April 9, 2013 

Zester Daily has some tips for foraging for dandelions.

Hampton Stevens of The Atlantic makes some very good points about those rushing to anoint last night's national championship game between Louisville and Michigan as one of the best ever.

Actress Meryl Streep shares her thoughts on the passing of Margaret Thatcher, whom she portrayed in "The Iron Lady."

Hear the new Fall Out Boy record now.

Rating for Sunday's "Mad Men" season premiere took a slight dip.

The White Stripes will be releasing a live album, recorded in 2003 at Chicago's Aragon Ballroom.

Table Matters has a list of reasons why you shouldn't take drinking advice from the characters on Mad Men.

Texas legislators honored Top Chef alum Paul Qui at the Statehouse yesterday, in part, for helping to boost awareness of Austin's culinary community.

A group of Chicago creatives design a website to see what God is up to in real-time.

A woman notices what appeared to be a cross stamped onto a Goldfish cracker. You can guess what happens next. 

How to make your to-do list more doable.

Vulture made a recipe card for Betty Draper's Squatter Goulash. Don't forget the snow. Very important.

How to recharge your brain in 10 minutes.

The NCAA tournament is over so you know what the means -- "One Shining Moment."

This genius website has a GIF for every possible situation in life. Such as: "Not a bad idea."

Scottish electropop band Chvrches covers the "Game of Thrones" theme song. Awesomeness ensues.

 

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