Should music supervisors (the ones who select popular music for movies like Django Unchained and Silver Linings Playbook) get an Oscar? I vote yes.
Bon Appetit's Francis Lam interviews the producers who design the Top Chef challenges.
Speaking of Top Chef, the season finale aired last night and its Iron Chef-style format was not well-received. So much so that head judge Tom Colicchio sent out this tweet:
I hear you out there you didn't like the format well neither did I and I doubt we will do that again.
— Tom Colicchio (@tomcolicchio) February 28, 2013
A guy in Geneva, N.Y. has collected more than 2,500 varieties of apples (two of each) to ensure the fruit's biodiversity.
Charleston Oak Steakhouse was named one of the country's best by Travel + Leisure.
Slate asks the question everyone has been dying to know: Why are American beers so weak?
The Wall Street Journal has a pretty exhaustive profile of Richard Blais and how the Top Chef alum lost more than 60 pounds.
Jimmy Kimmel and Morrissey feud over Duck Dynasty.
/Film has new photos from the set of The Amazing Spiderman 2.
The New York Times 6th Floor blog wonders what your T-shirt says about you.
Japandroids' "The House that Heaven Built" is now the official entrance song of the Vancouver Canucks.
There's a new video for Ra Ra Riot's "Dance With Me" and it's pretty trippy.
Watch as two NBA announcers try to ignore Mickael Pietrus dancing behind them. It doesn't work out so well.
The guy doing the Washington Wizards play-by-play last night mistook an airball for a buzzer beater
The Baltimore Sun is doing a Peeps recipe contest.
Those stupid Vibram FiveFingers shoes actually increase your risk of foot bone injuries, a new study finds.