A series of animated shorts has been released to accompany the Bill Murray film Moonrise Kingdom. They relate to but are not contained in the film, and give us no spoilers.
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The history of military code names contains some pretty silly creations. Some are (at least temporarily) secret, some coined to be memorable, and some are just plain  propaganda.
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Astronaut Don Pettit's wild photos of “Star Trails" look like something out of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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Stephen Wildish's latest movie alphabet poster features comedies A to Z. How many can you name?
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The Manhattan Project is a lovely time-lapse video project that shows photographer Cameron Michael's appreciation for the city.
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Children in China are learning what America is all about: basketball and beer. And there's also a secret to getting what you want from them.
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Someone stole 400,000 toothpicks from a manufacturer in Athens, Georgia. In a remarkable coincidence, people recall seeing someone selling toothpicks at the local flea market.
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How Deforestation Caused Easter Island's Society to Collapse. Only the big heads are left to tell the tale -or not.
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Should Planned Parenthood be allowed in high schools? They can provide information and services the schools can't afford, but some parents are upset about a pilot program in Los Angeles.
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The Un-funnest Vacation in Europe. How much would you pay to recreate life under the Soviets in 1984?