An app that hides spoilers; Candice wows Washington; and is Google Glass dangerous?

Posted by PATRICK DONOHUE on May 28, 2013 

New York Times columnist Frank Bruni wrote a really beautiful piece about the gift of siblings in Sunday's paper.

The Times also has a piece about food companies, big and small, who are increasingly seeking ingredients that are not genetically-modified.

A very fascinating piece about whether Google Glass is a potentially dangerous technological development, and not just for the reasons you think. 

Announcer Gus Johnson faced a steep learning curve when asked to call some of the biggest soccer matches in the world by Fox, including this weekend's UEFA final between Munich and Dortmund.

A really fascinating Q&A with Billy Joel.

Director Zack Snyder talks about the pressuring of directing "Man of Steel" and trying to resurrect the Superman franchise.

Kings of Leon shed some light on their next LP, which bassist Jared Followill says will be out in September. 

Entertainment Weekly makes the case for "Point Break" being the best summer movie ever. You'll get no arguments from me.

Stone Temple Pilots are suing former frontman Scott Weiland.

Dan Harmon is being asked to return for the fifth season of "Community."

The Los Angeles Times has a fascinating piece on the rising price of beer and how the industry has been planning it for years.

Think eating fruits and vegetables alone is enough to keep you healthy? Think again.

Celebrity chefs talk about the shoes they wear in the kitchen.

A Chrome app that hides spoilers in your Twitter and Facebook feeds.

Microsoft takes aim at Siri in new ad.

St. Helena Island native and newly-crowned American Idol Candice Glover sang the National Anthem at the National Memorial Day Concert in Washington on Sunday.

Grizzly Bear plays "Ellen." No, really.

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