Sunday, April 30, 2017

Sunday Links

Photo: Museum of the City of New York

The Stettheimer Dollhouse: Оne of the most beautiful and expensive dollhouses in history

Explore the life of a 101-year-old

Photos taken in 1986 to cover the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall

The Ravens of the Tower of London: An interesting story of how six pampered birds came to serve as the guardians of the Tower.

Would you like to live in a bank in Cumby, TX? Then this is the house for you.

Citizens of Woodstock, Alabama Are Split Over S-Town Podcast

100 days of Trump:
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Have you ever wondered What Happens When You Enter the Witness Protection Program? I know I have.

Jonathan Demme Movies: Where to Stream Them

The State of the Art: The Culture ship Arbitrary arrives on Earth in 1977 and finds a planet obsessed with alien concepts like 'property' and 'money' and on the edge of self-destruction. When Agent Dervley Linter, decides to go native can Diziet Sma change his mind?

What Street Food Looks Like in 30 Countries Around the World

My Aryan Princess  The story of Carol Blevins, a heroin addict and “Aryan Princess featherwood” (property of a gang member) who became the FBI’s most important confidential informant during a six-year investigation into the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas — an organized crime syndicate responsible for over 100 murders and a huge drug trade.

Cuba’s Most Authentic Experience Is Far From Havana A good article about the rebirth of Cuba's artisanal heritage.

Bodhi Hanna Kistner (88): “Only After Sixty My True Life Began”  An inspiring story.

Chernobyl Disaster anniversary:“He took only his white suit and his radio”

He Was Searching For Intersexual Pigs And Ended Up Finding The World's Rarest Dog They look a lot like my dog.

People Photographed as Young Adults and Again at 100-Years-Old 

Freddie Mercury, Cat Fancier

An infographic of the world's most beautiful gardens 

The unbearable wrongness of Gwyneth Paltrow 

I Went on a Weeklong Cruise For Conspiracy Theorists. It Ended Poorly.

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