I wrote in Sunday's paper about Dig South , a technology conference modeled after Austin's South by Southwest Festival. Worth a read. Could be a good thing for the Lowcountry.
Mad Men is back and Vulture asks an interesting question: Who barfed better -- Roger or Don?
A great piece in the New York Times Magazine about a woman in Portland, Ore. teaching a butchery class to high school students .
Dale Talde, Harold Dieterle and other chefs talk about some of their own kitchen nightmares .
It's a sad day in the South -- iconic fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer is dead at age 81 .
Congressional Republicans want to know if Jay-Z and Beyonce got permission to vacation in Cuba .
A friendly request from Yeah Yeah Yeah's about camera phones at their shows.
Bravo finally had the good sense to ax Kathy Griffin's disaster of a talk show after two seasons .
Vermonters have found new ways to extract and sell maple syrup , a crop that brought $40 million into the Green Mountain State last year.
Speaking of sap, The AP is reporting that maple syrup theft is on the rise in nearby Maine .
Food Republic says pig tails are the new pork belly and says where you can find some .
Wylie Dufresne talks to The Braiser about being a celebrity chef and how not to stab yourself into the kitchen .
Southern accents in the Raleigh area are quickly vanishing , according to ongoing research by linguists at N.C. State.
Joe Flacco is going to be playing Johnny Unitas in an upcoming film about the famous signal-caller but not everyone is excited about the casting choice .
Florida assistant Joker Phillips' recruiting tactics are more than a little terrifying.
Condi Rice gets her green jacket .
Adidas decided to REALLY think outside the box in ads about English football club Chelsea's new kits .
Screenstagram livens up your desktop with your Instagram photos .
Lifehacker has a list of the top 10 ways to fight boredom at work .
Feral hogs have apparently taken over Texas .
I don't know about you but I've been souring on college sports but this video of 7-year-old Jack Hoffman, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2011, scoring a touchdown during Nebraska's spring game is a well-timed reminder of what sports is supposed to be about.