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Weekend Links: The Worst Things For Sale

Allison Keene

Very, very happy to be able to share this link and video this week -- I saw this short film at that Atlanta 48-hour Film Festival last year and was blown away by the emotion behind it.

A Day in the Life of a Professional Party Princess

Chris Higgins

M. Alice LeGrow is a professional party princess. It wasn't a job she expected -- she was a graphic novelist until a few years ago, when her publisher went out of business.

The Late Movies: Animals in the Snow

Miss Cellania

No snow in my neck of the woods yet this year, but we are looking forward to it! Meanwhile, enjoy watching some cute animals in the snow.

5 Songs from the Eurovision for Endangered Languages, Liet International

Arika Okrent

English has taken over pop music to the point where many bands from other countries will write their songs in English in order to appeal to a wider audience.

The Frighteningly Rapid Die-Off of the World's Oldest Trees

The Week

By Jessica

These Broken Flowers Won't Break Your Heart

Jill Harness

You probably already know that most things shatter when they are frozen in liquid nitrogen and then hit against a solid surface, but knowing something to be true and seeing it happen are two different

GALAXY: A Party That Combines Art, Science, Technology, and Storytelling

Erin McCarthy

Do you like art, science, and parties? If you do, you live in Los Angeles, and you have some time tomorrow, you might want to check out GALAXY.

The Missing Links: Cats As Killers

Colin Patrick

The Amazing Origami Home This folding house idea is so freaking cool: D*Haus Dynamic from The D*Haus Company Ltd on Vimeo.Where is the contract and how soon can I move in? * Death By House

How Do Tsunamis Work?

Erin McCarthy

Tsunami and earthquake damage seen from the air above Sendai, Japan, one day after an earthquake measuring 8.9 on the Richter scale hit the northeast coast on March 11, 2011.

At the Libraries: World's Strongest Librarian

Miss Kathleen

Each month Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books. If there’s something noteworthy going on in your local library, leave us a

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Congress Votes to Ban the Word ‘Lunatic’ Congress cannot agree on what to do to avoid the fiscal cliff, but the House of Representatives overwhelmingly agreed to ban the word "lunatic" from

The World's First Driving School ... For Dogs

The Week

By Frances R. Catanio They provide companionship, help law enforcement sniff out bombs and drugs, assist disabled people in their daily lives — so why not teach dogs to drive, too?

Brain Game: Bond is Back!

A brand new mentalfloss.com Brain Game Free-for-all Friday challenge lies before you.

Morning Cup of Links: Snow, and Lots Of It

Miss Cellania

The Grammy nominations were eye-opening to everyone, whether they liked the selections or not.

The Late Movies: Guess The Theme 78

Mark Arminio

It's Thursday, it's late, it's time once again for the game that's sweeping the nation: GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below, in this case movies, have something in common.