Weird allergy news; Jay-Z's new album stinks; and a Boston Marathon bombing movie is already in the works

Posted by PATRICK DONOHUE on July 9, 2013 

IYMCI: Hilton Head Island band Cranford & Sons are changing their name but lead singer and band namesake John Cranford insists it's not because of any legal action brought by the popular English folk rock group Mumford & Sons.

The "Dumb and Dumber" sequel will begin shooting in September.

Can one side of your body be more allergic than the other?

The history of typography as told in stop-motion animation.

The hoodie pillow. No, really.

Donald Glover will have a reduced role on "Community" next season.

Mark Bittman's "How To Cook Everything" app is available for free on the App Store right now.

The United States has a strategic raisin reserve

Can a restaurant location be cursed?

Nigella Lawson divorces her husband in the newspaper.

An infographic illustrates the massive growth in the U.S. wine industry.

Jay-Z's new album, "Magna Carta Holy Grail" is getting a less than great critical reception.

Adidas, the primary sponsor of Wimbledon champ Andy Murray, had some pretty great ads following the Scot's historic victory

A recently deceased Cleveland Browns fan took a great shot at his beloved -- but annually disappointed team -- in his obituary.

Too Soon Alert: A movie about the Boston Marathon bombing is already in the works.

How to stylishly read a newspaper.

Samsung buys streaming TV leader Boxee.

Cool Material's list of 8 cars they wish were available for sale in the U.S

Ra Ra Riot performed "Dance With Me" on "Letterman" last night.

 

 

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