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Weekend Links: Peanut Butter and Clam Pizza

Roma Panganiban

How 'Jurassic Park' Chose CGI Over Stop-Motion

Chris Higgins

A Brief History of Flag Day

Kate Erbland

WWI Centennial: Franz Ferdinand Wants Peace in the Balkans

Erik Sass

9 Delightful Recipes From the 1950s You Should Make with Your Kids Today

Therese Oneill The Week

The Missing Links: How 'The Daily Show' Does It

Colin Patrick

10 Things to Know About '22 Jump Street'

Erin McCarthy

From Dartmouth style beer pong to on-set head butts, here are 10 things the directors and cast told us about making '22 Jump Street,' out today.

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

How One Pilot's Sweet Tooth Helped Defeat Communism

the mag

From June 1948 to September 1949, thousands of pilots airlifted 2.3 million tons of food and supplies to the blockaded Berliners. The code name for the American mission: Operation Vittles.

What Now-Defunct Store Do You Miss Most?

Jason English

On Fridays, we ask a series of unrelated questions. Your answers help get us through the afternoon. Answer one, answer all, or ask your own question. On to this week's topics...

The Grand Budapest Hotel Made Entirely of Lego Bricks

Rebecca OConnell

It seems like these days, there's nothing that isn't made out of Lego bricks.

20 Amazing Animal Adaptations for Living in the Desert

Craig S Baker

Without the benefit of modern technology, animals that make their home in the heat have had to come up with their own ways of staying cool and hydrated.

10 Demands Made by World Cup Teams

Erik van Rheenen

Brazilian hotels had to make some unusual concessions to accommodate the players.

What’s Inside a Dandelion?

the mag

Although plenty of folks have dismissed dandelions for their plain exterior, savvy investors know it’s what’s inside that counts.

How Missed Calls Amplify Farmers' Voices

Chris Higgins

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