Charleston duo Shovels & Rope announce a fall headlining tour that, surprisingly, includes no dates in the Holy City.
The City University of New York is paying retired Army Gen. David Petraeus $200,000 a year to work three hours a week. Didn't see this ad on Craigslist.
A pair of New York idiots ... err socialites were tricked into paying $50,000 for a finger-painting.
A giant, 200-pound pink dog has gone missing from West Hollywood.
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Animal feed is going gourmet. Think avocado-fed pigs.
Maisie Williams (Arya Stark on "Game of Thrones") has some of the cutest Vine videos you've ever seen in your life.
ABC's "Happy Endings" officially gets the boot.
From "Independence Day" to "Parks and Recreation": Wired's list of the most patriotic stuff you can watch this July 4.
The rack at West Ashley's Home Team BBQ makes USA Today's list of America's tastiest ribs.
Rick Ross has an unpaid $90,000 tab at a Texas jeweler.
Rory McIlroy battles a robot.
Mumford & Sons get a little help from Vampire Weekend, The Vaccines and First Aid Kit on a memorable Beatles cover this weekend at Glastonbury.