The New York Times had a fascinating piece yesterday on one Russian billionaire's quest to build actually avatars.
"Community" creator Dan Harmon is returning to the show after all .
The famed Apalachicola, Fla. oyster fishery is collapsing . Having eaten many an oyster from this area, let me be the first to urge that a solution to this problem be found immediately.
Former Buffalo Bills quarterback, and one of my childhood heroes, Jim Kelly has been diagnosed with cancer of his upper jaw bone . If he approaches his recover with the same toughness and tenacity that he approached football, this disease doesn't stand a chance.
A slew of new food products containing caffeine has the FDA on edge .
Providence chef Michael Cimarusti teaches us the proper way to prepare lobster .
A new T-shirt company celebrates Charleston's past .
A new New Era Miami Marlins hat has a brim that appears to be covered in white dust . Write your own joke.
There is some skepticism among travel writers and others over a New York Times piece written by Noah Gallagher Shannon about a flight he was on that, he says, nearly crashed.
Ben & Jerry's has promised to stop using genetically-modified ingredients in its ice cream .
A picture that might make you reconsider eating Taco Bell for lunch , if you were even considering that in the first place.
A new Coca-Cola can helps you share a little of that syrup-y goodness with your pals .
Can't get enough microbrews? Check out the trailer for "Craft Beer: A Hopumentary."
Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke made this awesome anti-texting and talking PSA for Austin's Alamo Drafthouse.
Vampire Weekend has (finally) made a video for "Diane Young."
A new documentary offers some interesting (and somewhat creepy) insights into how Heath Ledger prepared for his role as The Joker .