Paramount is already working on a sequel to "World War Z." Not sure what letter of the alphabet they'll use. Put themselves in a bind starting with "Z."
Starbucks has conquered the final coffee frontier -- Walt Disney World.
The Atlantic, not unlike myself, still hates this season of "Mad Men."
Is "Bull Durham" the best baseball movie ever?
Daredevil/Narcissist/K-Mart Denim fanatic Nik Wallenda's high-wire walk across The Grand Canyon drew an audience of more than 13 million people.
A Harper's magazine contributors wonders why modern poetry is so bad.
Paul Giamatti is joining the cast of "Downtown Abbey."
S.C. beer geeks are pretty psyched about the state's new beer law.
Top Chef winner Michael Voltaggio talks to Food Republic about 10 things he hates, including when servers count their tips in front of guests.
After all of the hand-wringing and ironic nostalgia, Twinkies are coming back.
The Twitter feed for Fiat's new Abarth 500 is too fast to follow. Seriously.
The organizers of the successful Savannah Stopover Festival have announced "Revival Fest," an event set for September with a focus on Americana and gospel music. A lineup hasn't been announced.
Lifehacker helps you apologize. For whatever crappy thing you've done.
Runner's World with a list of seven surprising sources of running injuries, including your genes.
GQ on how to use Instagram like a man.
Watch LeBron James nearly get his head taken off by a bridge. Several times.