A man in Mississippi was arrested after trying to mask the odor of his marijuana grow house with, you guessed it, feces.
Paste has a list of the 12 best new shows of 2013, including "House of Cards," "Bates Motel" and "Orphan Black."
A "Breaking Bad" spin-off staring hilariously corrupt lawyer Saul Goodman appears to be in the works.
In big food news, Hugh Acheson revealed plans yesterday to open an Italian restaurant in Savannah. Here's a shot of the plans from Acheson's Instagram and separate stories from Atlanta Magazine and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about the eatery, tentatively named "Vittoria."
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The Brewers Association has released the list of 2012's top craft breweries.
Jay-Z responds to critics of his recent trip to Cuba as only Jay-Z can.
I interviewed standup comic, podcast host and Kuby from "Breaking Bad" himself, Bill Burr ahead of his show tonight in Charleston.
Louis C.K. is on the cover of Rolling Stone this month, talking about being "an accidental white person."
Esquire has assembled the best places in the world to skinny dip.
A color-coded chart that helps you pick the most nutritious produce.
A fisherman nearly had a 500-pound tiger shark jump into his Kayak as his fished for tuna off the coast of Oahu. Would love to post the video but, as you might expect, it contains a few expletives.
MTV has cancelled its West Virginia-based reality show, "Buckwild" following the death of cast member Shain Gandee.
25 books every kid should have on his bookshelf, including "The Little Prince," "Matilda" and "Where the Sidewalk Ends."
A psychiatrist analyzes Don Draper and Roger Sterling.
Jimmy Eat World are back with a great single, "I Will Steal You Back." Love it.
Slate asks a valid question -- Why do people feel compelled to put the world's hottest peppers in their mouths?
The cicada are coming and Smithsonian's Food & Think blog has a way to simple way to deal with them -- Eat them.
St. Helena Island's Candice Glover slayed it again on "American Idol" last night, flooring the judges with covers of Dionne Warwick's "Don't Make Me Over" and The Cure's "Lovesong," the latter led Rolling Stone's recap of last night's show.
Florida International University will be playing basketball on a beach next year. Well, sort of.