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.
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 .