A new XBox; lobster rolls in Bluffton; and pregnant teenage boys featured in shocking new PSA

Posted by PATRICK DONOHUE on May 22, 2013 

Lobster rolls coming to Bluffton? Our Gina Smith has more on this exciting culinary development. 

Speaking of lobster rolls, Michael Paterniti writes about his quest to find this most sought after of summer sandwiches today on BonAppetit.com. 

Comedian Marc Maron writes about his quest to buy new jeans in this weekend's New York Times.

Steven Spielberg is working with Microsoft on a live-action television series based on the "Halo" video game series.

Not everyone has a problem with fans sending Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III gifts off his wedding registry.

As expected, Microsoft introduced the XBox One, its new gaming console, in a much-ballyhooed press event.

Ever wonder why electronic music icons Daft Punk wear helmets? Rolling Stone has the answer.

The Washington Post has a piece on how the Kennedy Center decides who to honor with its Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.

Portland's iconic Voodoo Doughnut is expanding -- to Denver.

The New York Times' David Tanis on how to clean a soft-shell crab.

Shocking Chicago PSA hopes the visual of pregnant teenage boys aimed at preventing teen pregnancy.

Basketball star Kevin Durant donated $1 million to tornado relief efforts in Oklahoma.

Cool Material published a bucket list of the 25 beers to try before you die.

Watch baboons ransack a home in South Africa.

The Tennessean has photos from inside Sean Brock's Husk Nashville, which opens tomorrow night. 

Speaking of Brock, PBS announced he and April Bloomfield will be featured on the upcoming season of its food series, Mind of a Chef.



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