Buy a limited-edition Beastie Boys watch to build Adam Yauch Park in Brooklyn .
Vampire Weekend's new record, "Modern Vampires of the City" is streaming on iTunes .
The New York Times' Heather Havrilesky writes about the evolution of "American Idol" as personified by the ongoing quarrel between judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj .
Speaking of the Times and "Idol," the paper's 6th Floor Blog has a list of the top 5 most talented contestants of all-time .
Chris Brown confirms his breakup with Rihanna as only Chris Brown can.
The New York Times story about how data and statistics is impacting filmmaking and screenwriting has Hollywood abuzz .
The Atlantic has a story about F. Scott Fitzgerald's tense and tumultuous relationship with Hollywood .
The Savannah Morning News has a behind-the-scenes look at Cirque du Soleil's "Quidam," which is in town this week.
Copenhagen's Nordic Food Lab is partnering with the Danish brewery Carlsberg to craft its own beer . As you might expect, some of the flavor combinations will be ... interesting. How does a beer infused with pulverized bee larvae sound?
The New York Times has a story about a growing culinary movement in rust belt cities like Detroit, Akron and Cleveland .
A musician you should know: Charleston City Paper profiles Luke Winslow-King who is playing the Lowcountry next week .
Lifehacker has a piece about how you're unknowingly embarrassing yourself online .
Does Yahoo! have its sights set on Hulu ?
Esquire endorses donating to the Kickstarter for the "American Psycho" musical penned by Hilton Head Island native Duncan Sheik.
Gear Patrol has a list of the 10 best noise-cancelling headphones . And they ain't cheap.
New singles out today from Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings
Today's Saul Bass-inspired Google Doodle made me really, really happy.
The Lone Bellow released a new video today for their single, "Bleeding Out." We will have a Q&A with the band's frontman, Zach Williams, in tomorrow's Lowcountry Current.