Did 'Top Chef' jump the shark with special guest judge Pee-wee Herman?
'What we are doing is remissioning the units,' Air Force chief of staff says.
Are doormen part of the 1 percent?
A 'Top Chef' goes healthy and goes home. Plus Tom Colicchio on who decides who goes home.
A curious history of Glock.
Beverly Kim of 'Top Chef' says it's not personal, it's strictly cooking.
It's the little things that get you booted from 'Top Chef.'
Women for Food Freedom takes on the nanny state.
What should you avoid touching on an airplane? Pretty much everything.
A Jesuit discusses 'Five Myths about Christmas.'
Victorino Matus, sybarite
Notre Dame's underdog fumbles in a pump-and-dump stock scheme.
'Top Chef' casualty Heather Terhune insists 'I am not a bully.'
Kim Jong Il died of 'fatigue.' Isn't that how Elvis died?
A poll on the most annoying Facebook status updates ever.
Was it the raw venison or the producers' decision that led to this week's eliminations on 'Top Chef'?
An online stroll through the Barack Obama store.
Victorino Matus is a senior editor at The Weekly Standard. With the magazine since 1996, he writes on a variety of subjects, including politics, Germany, military history, pop culture, and food and drink. His work has also appeared in Policy Review, National Review, Armed Forces Journal, the New York Post, the Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal. He is currently working on a book, Vodka: An Illustrated History (Lyons Press, 2014). Matus is a graduate of Georgetown University.