Candice wows in finale; bacon dogs; and the ACLU wants to help marry two sitcom characters

Posted by PATRICK DONOHUE on May 16, 2013 

St. Helena Island native Candice Glover won all three rounds on the "American Idol" finale last night according to the show's judges but will she win over those who really matter -- the show's voters? 

A restaurant chain owned by country music star Toby Keith is opening a location inside the Savannah Mall.

I spoke with Critter Fuqua from Old Crow Medicine Show about the band's upcoming performance at the 7th annual First Flush FesTEAval on Wadamalaw Island

Zach Braff scores traditional funding for his Kickstarter project. The Internet reacts as you might expect.

In light of tonight's series finale of "The Office," The Atlantic says the same thing that made the show great is the same thing that made it unwatchable in latter seasons.

Angela Kinsey of "The Office" picks eight of her favorite moments from the show for The Washington Post

Google is launching a streaming music service to rival Spotify, Rdio and others.

Kanye West debuted some new material at a surprise show last night in New York City.

The ACLU wants Mitchell and Cameron from ABC's "Modern Family" to get married.

Check out this awesome French press made from a mason jar.

Warming oceans are altering the fish that end up in your grocery store's seafood cooler.

Lifehacker on what exercise actually does to your body.

Oscar Mayer's gross new creation -- the bacon hot dog

Esquire has seven good signs about how American is eating.

Outdoor Magazine has a list of the 10 biggest running mistakes and how to fix them. 


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