The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: July 12, 2012

Earnest Hemingway once said he wrote 39 endings to his wartime masterpiece A Farewell to Arms, before he settled on one he was satisfied with. With the help of Hemingway’s grandson, a total of 47 rejected endings were recovered and are now available in the newest release of the novel, which hit stores earlier this week. [The New York Times]

The radio story combo Mike Birbiglia and Ira Glass team up for their debut feature film Sleepwalk with Me, which is based on Birbiglia’s real life experience sleepwalking. Take a look at the trailer below. [via This American Life]

Years after Arrested Development was taken off the air (and years after the many rumors of its return), it is finally coming back. The filming of new episodes will begin in one month. [Paste]

Remember Even Stevens, Rugrats, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and every other amazing show from the 90s? If the answer is yes, take a break and enjoy 95 seconds of nostalgia from 90s television. [via Paste]

See some incredible pictures of the colorful hues a bubble can make in this collection of work titled “Orbital.” [Behance]   


Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

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