Beer labels come to life; your gym is dirty; and Darius Rucker gets his own street

Posted by PATRICK DONOHUE on July 29, 2013 

MTV is moving forward with a "Scream" television series.

Frank Ocean canceled his Australian tour over fears the indie R&B sensation tore one of his vocal chords.

An album of Peter Gabriel covers is coming and the lineup is awesome.

See, Kanye isn't such a bad guy after all. Starts a music program in his native Chicago for at-risk youth.

This is from last week but still worth a read: Paula Deen's cook speaks out.

And Paula Deen responds

A new website helps determine exactly which filter those gorgeous #nofilter Instagram photos actually used.

I'm really excited about Sundance Channel's new show, "Writer's Room."

So American Idol winner Candice Glover isn't performing in Beaufort after all but is instead performing in Bluffton.

"Community" actor-turned-rapper Donald Glover (a.k.a. Childish Gambino) released his new single for free.

Forbes Travel Guide names Charleston's Sean Brock one of its tastemakers.

One of my favorite, off-the-beaten-path Charleston haunts, Kudu, is undergoing renovations.

A new app will help you share your leftovers with strangers.

Turns out, Chipotle hacked its own Twitter account

North Charleston is naming a street after Darius Rucker.

A newspaper in Wisconsin ran a list, compiled by an area police department, of problem drinkers who should not be served at local bars.

Esquire makes a case for why we should buy American.

Your gym is very dirty, according to a new study by UC Irvine.

Check out these beer labels come to life.

This weekend was the famed Newport Folk Festival and there were a ton of good Instagram pictures floating around including this one of Charleston's Shovels & Rope.

 And this video of The Lone Bellow doing sound check before a pretty packed house.

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne arrived to the team's training camp in style this weekend.


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