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Saturday, November 22, 2014
A painting by late American artist Georgia O'Keeffe sold for more than US$44.4 million in New York on Thursday, which Sotheby's called a new auction world record for any female artist.
Georgia O'Keeffe painting fetches record US$44.4 mil.
Kelsey Grammer's daughter Greer is the new Miss Golden Globe.
The National Taichung Theater will officially open Nov. 23, when Taiwanese opera company Ming Hwa Yuan will give a charity performance as part of the opening celebration, the Taichung city government said Friday.
David Greer, a doctor who co-founded a group that won the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize for working to prevent nuclear war and who helped transform the medical school at Brown University, has died. He was 89.
The Swiss researcher who gained international recognition for discovering the bacteria that causes Lyme disease has died in Montana.
Blockbuster military shooter video game “Call of Duty” has blasted past US$10 billion in lifetime sales, propelled by demand for the latest installment in the 11-year-old franchise.
Friday, November 21, 2014
Hollywood actress Lily Collins arrived in Taiwan late Wednesday to attend the Golden Horse Awards ceremony in Taipei scheduled to take place this weekend.
Iraq Ballet school a testament to city's resilience
Ann Khalid did not feel well, but she insisted on dancing a brief scene from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake with her classmates. The 12-year-old is determined to one day have a career dancing and teaching ballet, not an easy path in a country torn for years by conflict.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Richard Johnson can see right through the masterpieces of Rembrandt and van Gogh. The Cornell University electrical and computer engineering professor is a digital art detective, able to unlock the mysteries of a work's age and authenticity by analyzing its underlying canvas or paper.
Cornell professor unlocks the mysteries of classic paintings
New York's Times Square was illuminated by the world's highest resolution video display screen of its size as the monitor — nearly as big as a football field — was switched on Tuesday evening.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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