In Sunday's paper I wrote about "Lay Off," an original web series written, starring and produced by a creative writing class at Beaufort Academy. Worth a read, if I do say so myself.
Saveur has compiled a list of the best donuts by state.
/Film has a great memo from studio execs who had some not-so-nice things to say about the Sci-Fi classic Blade Runner before the film was eventually made.
U.S. wine production is on the rise, according to NPR.
Emerging Charleston brewery Coast Brewing Co. is looking to expand, says Eater Charleston.
The New York Times' Jason Zinoman writes about the innovative and hilarious ways comics like Colin Quinn are using Twitter.
Officials in Charleston have lifted the ban on musicians performing in and near City Market. In other words, prepared to be annoyed when being in and near City Market.
What Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead would have looked like in 1995.
The Vancouver Canucks rock some seriously awesome sweaters in a game this weekend against the Boston Bruins.
St. Louis Rams punter Johnny Hekker reinforces every weird thing you've ever heard about punters.
I'd steer clear of drinking Red Bull for a while.
The Atlantic has a list of 16 bands who played SXSW worth remembering.
UCLA basketball coach Ben Howland shares his clothes with fans at the Pac-12 tournament.
New music from James Blake.
LeBron James continues to be likable.
Michael Jackson animated by LEGOS.
A Toronto restaurant comes up with a genius marketing ploy to get people to exercise more AND eat bacon. Best of both worlds.
Release date for Steve Jobs biopic delayed.
The Office has wrapped for good.
The awesome new video for The Joy Formidable's "Little Blimp."
A few of Mario Batali's favorite wines.
SnapChat has a Winklevoss-like controversy on its hands.
The New York Times Jeffrey P. Kahn on how beer, yes beer, gave us civilization.
A release date has been set for Anthony Bourdain's new show on CNN.
Serious Eats on why you should use a scale to make coffee.