When Dreams Compete

At the Olympics, a people without a team sees their very existence at stake. China could win every medal but still lose the respect of the world.

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FLYPSide: Drill, Drill, Drill

Finding nothing but politician’s promises.

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Another Year Older: Financial Crisis

And the country is deeper in debt. Unfortunately, the global financial crisis is likely to continue growing.

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Infographic: Precious Medals

Though the Olympics focus on individual and team performances, country medal counts provide an unofficial tally of world sporting dominance.

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What is the World Thinking?

A professor from Princeton claims he has found a relationship between significant global events and random computer-generated data. Has he discovered a global consciousness?

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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Watch Me, I’m Famous

YouTube provides an even, equitable platform for online video. Now, a new breed of celebrities is rising to the top.

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Golden Years at the Menagerie

Animals are living longer than ever at the nation’s zoos—but more birthdays mean extra challenges.

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Going Green: Sustainable Summer

These eco-friendly accessories make going to the beach a little greener.

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Love Ave.: Keeping Your Options Open

Open relationships: risky business or a trustability meter? FLYP’s Sarah Bernier finds out the truth.

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On the Town: Last Summer Days

As summer winds down, take the kids for one last family outing before they head back to school.

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Making A Scene: Brendan Canning

After founding one of indie rock’s most influential collectives, Brendan Canning steps into a spotlight of his own.

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Planet of Sound: The Pinker Tones

The Pinker Tones are happy, and they know it.

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FLYP Flicks: The Spectacle of Sport

As far back as the 1930s, filmmakers have been inspired by the high-stakes drama of the Olympics. From controversial documentaries to fictitious comedies, these five double features capture the glory and tragedy of the world’s most highly regarded competition.

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The End: Who Makes Short Shorts

Films from the award-winning stop-motion director, PES, are intriguing audiences on the Internet and in art galleries.

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