Can Paula Deen save her career?; The worst ways to die outdoors; and a Charleston food truck does big business at Bonnaroo

Posted by PATRICK DONOHUE on June 26, 2013 

The Washington Post asks crisis managers whether Paula Deen can save her career.

Elliott Smith tribute concerts are coming to Austin, Portland and a host of other series.

Weather has been wreaked havoc on French wine country.

Charleston's Cory Burke sells more than 100 gallons of kimchi at Bonnaroo and more fun facts about the big business the Roti Rolls and Green Door owner did at the music festival.

Even chefs can be fooled by fish fraud.

An awesome new poster for the final episodes of AMC's "Breaking Bad."

Cool Material teaches us how to fold a shirt in under 2 seconds.

Outside Magazine lists the 12 worst ways to die outdoors.

The Dodos released a new single off their upcoming LP, "Carrier," due out in August.

Nike uses laser beams to project a soccer field onto city streets in Spain. 


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