A Maryland restaurant patron who faked more than 50 seizures to avoid paying the check is going to prison, according to the Baltimore Sun.
A portrait of comedian Louis C.K. made almost entirely of Cheetoh's.
Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe are going to star in a BBC miniseries together.
A few rules on cornbread from The State's Susan Ardis.
The pig rescue that wasn't.
Seth Macfarlane announces he won't host the Oscars again before the Academy can not ask him to host the Oscars again. Smart.
The makers of Budweiser are being sued for watering down its beer. In other news, the sky is blue and 2+2=4.
How to hack your SodaStream to make all kinds of stuff.
The Charleston City Paper has profiles on Craig Rogers of Border Springs Lamb, which supplies lamb to several of the city's best restaurant, and Southern cooking legend Frank Sitt, who will be honored during this weekend's Charleston Wine and Food Festival.
Speaking of the Charleston Wine and Food Festival, I'll be there Saturday taking in the sights, sounds and tastes and wrote a preview for today's paper.
Bon Appetit has 10 things you can do with frozen peas.
A brilliant and compelling PSA about "neglected tropical diseases" like hookworm, roundworm and trachoma. It's pretty graphic so I'll let you check it out on AdWeek's AdFreak blog.
On a lighter note, Miami Heat big man Chris Bosh lent his support to a PSA pushing more computer coding classes in America's schools.