"American Idol" winner Candice Glover will return to Beaufort for a special concert in September, our Erin Moody is reporting. Not sure on venue yet.
The New York Times' A.O. Scott has a fascinating piece on how "Breaking Bad's" Walter White went from mild-mannered cancer patient to a sociopath.
Wired's Laura Hudson has a piece on why you should think twice before shaming someone on Twitter.
Check out this picture of Andre 3000 as Jimi Hendrix from an upcoming biopic on the famous guitarist.
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Casting for the film adaptation of John Green's popular young adult novel "The Fault in Our Stars" has begun.
Rolling Stone has a list of 15 songs you can't believe are 25 years old.
Howard Buffet is taking on hunger.
A Texas Nissan dealer's mind-blowingly racist commercial.
Country music legend Loretta Lynn is scheduled to play in Savannah on Oct. 6.
Tickets for singer/songwriter Amos Lee's November show in Charleston go on sale tomorrow.
Bluffton's Palmetto Bluff made U.S. News and World Report's list of America's 10 tastiest cooking vacations.
How much water should you drink before and during your workout? Runner's World helps you stay hydrated.
Women aren't the only ones mindful of their backsides, The New York Times is reporting.
Failed TV anchor A.J. Clemente is doing something that seems better-suited to his skill set -- serving drinks.
Men's Health has the real reason why you hate your job.
This headline says it all "Airplane passenger has awkwardly close call with sleepy seatmate."
Thank you, Internet, for this little girl dancing on the news. Priceless.
Check out Fiona Apple's video for her new single "Hot Knife," a clip directed by former beau Paul Thomas Anderson. A gorgeous video. Makes me wish the song were better.
Features editor Liz Farrell and I tracked down the elusive Joe Love of Joe Loves Lobster Rolls and bought a couple of his rolls. They were awesome.
Found some amazing artists on Instagram yesterday including Darien Birks who did these great illustrations of the producing dream team that helped make Jay Z's "Magna Carta Holy Grail." This Rick Ross portrait is among them.
And Santlov, who does awesome things like this, titled "Alien Selfie."
And while you weren't watching "So You Think You Can Dance?" (and shame on you), dancers Malece Miller and Alan Bersten KILLED this Dave Scott routine to Chris Brown's "Bassline."