I wrote today about the S.C. Department of Agriculture's attempts to get people to eat local with it's "Fresh on the Menu" app.
One of the chefs quoted in that story, Richard Wilson, hosted U.S. National Womens Soccer Team members and two-time Olympic gold medalist Tobin Heath at his Habersham restaurant last night, according to Facebook.
A Saul Goodman, "Breaking Bad" spin-off is "full steam ahead."
Actress Alicia Silverstone launches a breast milk sharing program. You can't make this stuff up.
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Showtime has committed to airing a documentary featuring comedienne Tig Notaro.
"Top Chef" alum and tall guy C.J. Jacobson has opened a new restaurant in Studio City, L.A.
Air travel experts share their favorite airport restaurants.
The Associated Press just figured out craft beer is being packaged in cans. A little late to the party on this one, guys.
Check out these awesome Star Wars cufflinks.
The body of a woman missing since 1985 was found in the home of her hoarder husband in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
A 6-year-old boy in Alaska rode atop his family's minivan for three miles before falling from the vehicle. He suffered only minor cuts and bruises.
The Charleston City Paper has a list of South Carolina's top five American revolutionaries, starting with Brig. Gen. Francis Marion for whom the city's Marion Square is named.
Take five minutes and watch this beautiful lyrical film about what the famed Beatles Abbey Road crosswalk looks like today