Sports Illustrated's Extra Mustard blog has a list of all 68 tournament schools ranked by the coolest person who went there. Did you know Bob Saget went to Temple?
Speaking of March Madness, I have a tough time not loving Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard's bracket. He picked Indiana (my alma mater) to win all four regions.
Here is the full list of start times for the first- and second-round tourney games.
Charleston had a strong showing yesterday when the finalists for the James Beard Award were announced. Sean Brock and Mike Lata's The Ordinary were among the nominees. A complete list is here.
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And speaking of Mike Lata, he talked to Zagat about his dreams of opening a seaside fish shack and possible expansion of The Ordinary.
Finally, an app that lets you draw on your drunk and passed out friends.
Hootie and the Blowfish's Mark Bryan is starting "Live from Charleston Music Hall," a locally-produced show inspired by "Austin City Limits."
Unwanted televisions and computer monitors are rising in toxic piles, according to the New York Times.
NPR has a story today about synesthesia, a neurological condition in which the stimulation of one sense activates another. In other words, some people can taste in color.
The push toward local food may be a good thing but it's not doing much for farmers, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Lifehacker on why we can't always tell good wine from bad.
Justin Timberlake's new album, "The 20/20 Experience" comes out today and The New York Times' Jon Caramanica has a great piece on the record and what it means for Timberlake's career.
Vampire Weekend released two new tracks yesterday, "Step" and "Diane Brown." Both will be on the band's upcoming LP, "Modern Vampires of the City."
The 12 craziest things human beings have stuffed into pizza crusts.
A new Tumblr entirely dedicated to stuff made in the U.S.A.
Photogs rejoice: imgembed, a startup, wants to make it easier for you to make money on your photos.
Pitchfork is streaming The Strokes record.
Garden and Gun's Jed Portman with a piece on Kentucky barbecue culture.
Concrete beer coasters. Awesome.
Lululemon has recalled 17 percent of its yoga pants because, well, they're see-through.
Magnus Nilsson takes us on a tour of Faviken.
Today in The World's Not Fair: After saving kids from a shark, a Welsh tourist is ... fired from his job.