About the BloggerPatrick Donohue is the proudest Indiana native you're likely to find. Seriously. No one is prouder to be from a state that so many people know relatively so little about than he is. Patrick is a native of Terre Haute and a graduate of the Ernie Pyle School of Journalism at Indiana University. Knowing this, you might think he’d be a huge John "Cougar" Mellencamp fan, a man considered by some to be the Hoosier State's poet laureate. But you'd be wrong. In a major way. | Email Patrick
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If shows like "Elementary" and "Wipeout" are any indication, there seems to be nothing major television networks enjoy quite as much as creating new shows based on the tried-and-tested premises of already-successful properties.
It was February 2010. The forecasts were calling for snow, but I was skeptical.
I was working then as our newspaper's police and military reporter in Beaufort and was assigned to cover this impending snow-pocalypse. Or blizzar-maggedon. I had a few nicknames worked out.
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Ben & Jerry's has a new 30 Rock flavor.
A Brazilian clothing retailer uses footage of actual shoplifters to promote its clothes.
Charleston Magazine plays six degrees of The Macintosh's Jeremiah Bacon. Tom Cruise and President Barack Obama are in the mix.
Starting in late November, I began combing the local movie listings each week, hoping against hope that director David O. Russell’s “Silver Linings Playbook” would be playing somewhere within reasonable driving distance.
I was regularly disappointed.
Currently Listing: Taylor Swift comes to South Carolina, the easiest way to make gnocchi and Serena Williams' ankle
Bon Appetit has what it is calling the world's easiest technique for making gnocchi.
Food fraud is up 60 percent in the U.S., according to ABC News.
A Phoenix cakemaker made a life-size Lady Gaga cake.