Mindy Lucas

Cooking with Peeps; The Veep comes to Charleston; and restaurant lingerers

Charleston Chef Bob Carter of Carter's Kitchen and Rutledge Cab Co. is expected to be released from MUSC today after being involved in a fairly serious wreck Wednesday on the Ravenel Bridge.

Are you a restaurant lingerer?

Thomas Keller has a soft spot in his heart for Peeps

Food & Think has a post on cooking with Peeps. Consider this: Peepsickles.

Vice President Joe Biden may be coming to Charleston this weekend for a little R&R, according to a notice from the FAA and the Charleston City Paper. 

A former NBC News correspondent doesn't think much of local TV news.

Esquire's Stephen Marche says don't bother catching up with Game of Throne before the premiere of the show's third season on Sunday. Just jump in.

The "Today" Show becoming more like "As the World Turns" everyday as rumors surrounding Matt Lauer's future with the morning show continue to swirl

Three weird things that kill your memory, including stress.

Outside Magazine tackles a problem I've encountered: Finding the right headphones for working out.

Vampire Weekend plays some more new music on TV while fielding complaints about the Saabs they burned in promo videos for "Diane Young" and "Steps." 

Should you take an ibuprofen before working out to find the pain? The answer is a resounding, "NO!"

Vulture made a list of The Strokes' Top 25 songs and an accompanying Spotify playlist. 

Rosie O'Donnell shows Amanda Bynes and others  how to flirt with rapper Drake on Twitter

The Milwaukee Bucks mascot gives Dwight Howard a scare.

IFC has released the trailer for Marc Maron's upcoming show, "Maron." Cannot wait for this.

Those kids from Beaufort Academy are at it again, this time making a video for the S.C. Young Filmmaker Contest. Well-done, Tom Savage and Co. Also really good use of the song "Blood" by The Middle East.

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