Ryan Gosling is taking a break from ... well, being Ryan Gosling .
I'm not wild about the second season of Girls .
The New York Times' Nick Bilton debates the merits of music streaming services Spotify and Rdio . Prefers the latter, mostly for aesthetic reasons.
Kevin Craft from The Atlantic offers a way to make March Madness more exciting .
The Freakonomics blog estimates the economic of some college basketball players and uses a team near and dear to my heart as an example. Says IU star Victor Oladipo has generated more than $730,000 in revenue.
NPR's Linda Holmes is not impressed -- with the drama surrounding the Leno-to-Fallon Tonight Show transition .
African author Chinua Achebe, who wrote Things Fall Apart, died at age 82 today in London .
The New York Times writes about the obscure BBC drama Daniel Day-Lewis appeared in before he became Daniel Day-Lewis.
John Mayer sets first set of tour dates in three years . Nearest show in Charlotte.
Matthew Perry isn't running for political office .
The LA Times has a list of 10 works of food-related art that would look great in your kitchen .
Stinging neddles are good for you and super tasty but take caution before you head out foraging for some.
Charleston's Matt and Ted Lee talk to Travel + Leisure about cookbook collecting .
The owner of a New Orleans pizza shop pays homage to Sean Brock .
A Nashville chef claims Gordon Ramsay ruined his business .
Famous chefs like Danny Bowien and Erik Anderson share their unorthodox diet secrets wirth Food & Wine.
Michigan RB Vincent Smith is cashing in on being crushed by Jadeveon Clowney .
Section of Washington Post's Outlook Section list of words and phrases to avoid .
Introducing Sprout It , a website that tells you the best time to plant vegetables and other stuff in your garden.
Josh Ozersky is over bone marrow .
A new study finds the trick to weight loss may be turning off the TV .
New music from The Postal Service. Whether you like it or not .