Sunday, March 26, 2017

Sunday Links

Round Paris with Rodin  As Paris marks 100 years since the death of Auguste Rodin, ‘the Michelangelo of France’, we visit the city’s back streets where he started out, and grand the belle epoque palaces where he ended up

The morning I spent in a broom cupboard with Mick Jagger

Put on your travelling shoes: The Complete Europe Road Trip Map: 49 Places To Visit And Things To Do Across Europe

Racist border policies mean Toronto school board will no longer allow trips to Trump's USA  Toronto high-school trips have become a relic of the past, because the Toronto District School Board will not risk harassment and worse of its students at the US border, where people born to Arab or Muslim families, or in majority-Muslim families, report widespread discrimination. Via PfRC

John Hinckley Is Out of the Mental Hospital: Can a man who tried to murder a president be rehabilitated?

Who has the world's coolest passports?

Great Migrations Following human genes around the world.

Bloggers Share Their Favourite Budget-Friendly Recipes

Murder in the Lucky Holiday Hotel

Grand jury decides that seizure-inducing GIF counts as a deadly weapon

Catnip Ain’t the Only Plant That’ll Send Your Kitty to Blissville

Elsie de Wolfe, The Colony Club, and the birthplace of American design

24 Before-And-After Photos From The Early Days of Plastic Surgery

Fran Lebowitz: By the Book The humorist and social commentator says her ideal literary dinner party is one that nobody is invited to: “My idea of a great literary dinner party is Fran, eating alone, reading a book.”

Pussy Riot Offers Advice On How To Defy ‘Stupid Ape’ Donald Trump Via Blort

A Sign Thanking People For Not Feeding Ducks Bread Has Gone Viral  I've just seen these signs in London parks and I feel so guilty.

The Internet Is Mad as Hell at Cracker Barrel Right Now -  I like their meatloaf.

Sir Patrick Stewart is Fostering a Rescued Pit and the Two of Them are Adorable 

Why Cystic Fibrosis Patients in Canada Outlive Those in the U.S. Between 2009 and 2013, the median life span was 40.6 years in the United States versus 50.9 in Canada. Canada's public health care system is cited as the reason.

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