Twelfth Night Links.

Gary Bainbridge: "I’m now selling some absolutely tremendous food-related greetings cards through the portal Thortful under the brand name Cheerful Sheep."

Errol Laborde: "True New Orleanians never have to worry about post-Christmas letdown. That’s because, to most of the world, the the day that is the twelfth and final day of Christmas is recognized locally as Twelfth Night, the first day of the Carnival season."

BBC News: "A man tried to destroy a Banksy mural after hearing it was being moved from Wales to England, a court heard."

Caitlin Flanagan: "How could I have succumbed to this common, embarrassing habit that just about everyone on Earth knows is a scourge?"

"The former NatWest Bank (in Liverpool) closed its doors in 2017."

Guy Lodge: "As awards season heats up, there are a number of deserving performers who haven’t been making the cut."

Daniel Victor: "The word game has gone from dozens of players to hundreds of thousands in a few months. It was created by a software engineer in Brooklyn for his partner."

Mona Khalifeh: "ET's Nischelle Turner spoke to Chastain ahead of the release of her new action film, The 355, where she ensured that her female co-stars -- Penélope Cruz, Lupita Nyong’o, Fan Bingbing and Diane Kruger -- were all compensated both equally and fairly, something she's done on previous projects."

"Survival — of books, and of the rare-book business itself — is a particular art. Grace Flynn: Alongside Monet paintings, rare books and manuscripts ranging from first edition religious texts to Leonardo da Vinci’s notes are considered some of the most prized collectibles in the world."

Sydney Page: "Casey Holihan and her husband, John Noe, had been stranded on Interstate 95 in Virginia for about 16 hours when they got an idea."

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