Weekly Roundup: What To Read This Weekend

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When The Beatles sang about the need for eight days in a week, we’re pretty sure they were hoping for an extra Saturday. Make the most of the one you’ve got and set aside some time for reading. Here, a few things we saw and loved this week.

Music: Whether you’re off to Indio or just to the gym, we put together a playlist of our favorite acts from this year’s Coachella lineup, via the blog.

Flowers: A Costa Rican village was flooded with 8 million flower petals, and it’s pretty glorious, via Lost At E Minor.

Art: Social media symbols and emoji explain what’s really happening in famous paintings, and the “someone is typing” text bubble has never been quite so poignant, via Design Boom.

Books: One author explains her preference for book narrators who lie, deceive and keep audiences in the dark. Her argument sort of has us agreeing, via Daily Beast.

Word: eunoia (n.; Greek): the shortest English word containing all five vowels, it means beautiful thinking or a well mind.

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