Trending today: First Lady says "Ew" on Fallon & Girl Scout sells cookies outside pot clinic

Michelle Obama was on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon and Will Ferrell and said "ew" a lot. (YouTube/The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon).
Michelle Obama was on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon and Will Ferrell and said "ew" a lot. (YouTube/The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon).

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First Lady joins Jimmy Fallon, Will Ferrell to say "Ew!"

Michelle Obama appeared on Thursday night's episode of "The Tonight Show" to promote her Let's Move! campaign. The First Lady played herself in the Teen Nick-inspired talk show "Ew" and teaches Sara (Jimmy Fallon) and Stacy (Will Ferrell) that being active and eating right isn't so "ew" after all.

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Girl Scout sells cookies outside of medical marijuana clinic

Here's one way to sell Girl Scout cookies in record time: 13-year-old Danielle Lei and her mom set up a cookie stand outside a medical marijuana shop in San Francisco. Danielle sold 117 boxes in just two hours. The dispensary, "The Green Cross," posted pictures of Danielle on its Facebook page and invited them back to sell more.

Many people, including some Girl Scout troops, condemned the mother for letting her daughter sell cookies outside of a pot dispensary. Her mom argues it was a great way to start a discussion about drugs with her kids and how some use marijuana as medicine rather than just to get high.

The girl who tweeted wolf: Jimmy Kimmel fools the Internet again

U.S. luge athlete Kate Hansen tweeted a video of a wolf roaming outside of her room in Sochi. Everyone on the Internet went nuts. Including us.

Turns out, the video wasn't real. It was shot by the evil genius, Jimmy Kimmel, and is the latest in his series of fake viral videos.

Cincinnati shines in National Geographic Traveler

If you haven't read it yet, National Geographic traveler shows Cincinnati some love in the April 2014 issue. Visiting from his own renaissance town of New Orleans, writer Andrew Nelson sipped bourbon at Japp's with Queen City Cookies owner Peggy Shannon, took an American Legacy Tour, complimented the "walkable and handsome" landscape of downtown, and gave a nod to 21C Museum Hotel and several other Cincinnati gems. Read the article here:

Bunbury Festival releases 2014 lineup

Fall Out Boy, Paramore, The Flaming Lips, New Politics, Foxy Shazam, Fitz and the Tantrums and Young the Giant are just a few of the acts set to perform at Bunbury Music Festival this summer. Most of the musical lineup was announced Friday, but there is still one headliner to be revealed. The three-day festival is July 11-13.

Ticket prices will go up after Friday:

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