Mark Sanford's political comeback is nearly complete, having defeated Curtis Bostic in yesterday's GOP run-off.
The Washington Post noted that Sanford's now infamous Argentine girlfriend-now-fiancee attended his victory party in Mt. Pleasant.
In sadder news, health concerns have prompted movie critic Roger Ebert has announced he will be taking a "leave of absence" from reviewing films .
John Mayer and Katy Perry have officially broken up . Let our national period of mourning commence. Or not.
To the surprise of no one, HBO has renewed Game of Thrones for a fourth season .
Bon Appetit's Andrew Knowlton's list of the nation's best sandwich joints including Charleston's Butcher & Bee.
FIG and The Ordinary's Mike Lata talks to Food & Wine Magazine about his pre-service rituals .
Tired of kale? Try chard , says the Washington Post.
Your prayers have been answered. Animals dressed as hipsters .
What did soldiers eat during the Civil War? Turns out, some pretty gross stuff .
Bravo announces a new season of Top Chef, Top Chef Masters and a reality show set in Charleston called "Southern Charm."
There's no accounting for taste, I suppose but Red Sox rookie Jackie Bradley Jr. celebrated his debut with a trip to Applebee's .
NYPD unit uses Facebook and Instagram photos to track criminals .
Finally, a local cable company willing to tell us how much they hate their customers .
Esquire catalogs all of the zany crap Pizza Hut has done over the years .
Bob Costas drops some Ludacris lyrics .
Woman gets hit with a home run ball after her boyfriend jumps out of the way .
TMZ camerman asks Adrian Peterson the stupidest question ever then promptly falls over . My favorite part of this is that a passerby yells "Down goes Frazier!"
Cold War Kids play "Miracle Mile" on Jimmy Kimmel.