Mindy Lucas

Stevie Wonder boycotts Florida; Carly Rae's wild pitch; and Andrew Zimmern eats cicadas

GQ's Mark Byrne writes about Instagram and the art of not looking like a "self-aggrandizing jerk" on the social networking site.

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has pulled his solo work from Spotify, claiming the massively popular music streaming service shortchanges artists.

Disneyland's Tomorrowland might slowly get a "Star Wars" upgrade.

In case you were wondering, the new Arcade Fire record is "epic," according to former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy. 

Stevie Wonder is planning to boycott performing in the state of Florida following the verdict handed down this weekend in the Trayvon Martin murder case. 

Emmy nominations are due out Thursday and, yes, Netflix's original series "House of Cards" and new seasons of "Arrested Development" are eligible.

A celebrated Asheville taco joint is coming to James Island.

Eater Charleston has a list of the city's nine most iconic greasy spoons.

Pork belly BLT. That's all. 

An Orlando, Fla. restaurant fires one of its employees by text and is rightfully shamed in the New York Daily News. 

The identity of the person behind the hilarious Ruth Bourdain Twitter account was revealed over the weekend.

You're Welcome, Savannah has a beautiful picture essay on The Book Lady Bookstore on East Liberty Street. 

Lowcountry Current favorite and past interviewee Mayer Hawthorne talks to Esquire  about music and style.

Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin helped a high school screenwriter a movie deal.

Carly Rae Jepsen throws out the worst first pitch ever at a Tampa Bay Rays game -- but looks really cute doing it. 

A documentary about the popular comic strip, "Calvin and Hobbes" will be released this fall and looks awesome

Rolling Stone has video of Candice Glover and the other contestants from season 12 of "American Idol" rehearsing for their upcoming tour

"Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" sends New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey into the streets of New York to find out what New Yorkers think of Matt Harvey. 

Andrew Zimmern posted this picture of cleaned cicadas ready to be eaten at Pasture restaurant in Richmond, Va.