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New, man-made hills on NYC island offer spectacular views
Four new hills built on New York City's Governors Island offer sweeping views of the Statute of Liberty, unique places to hike and climb, and massive slides that dwarf those found on any playground.
 
Dark secrets of the man who opened architecture to the light: Le Corbusier
Love him or loathe him, few people have changed the world we live in more than Le Corbusier, one of the fathers of modern architecture, whose works were placed Sunday on UNESCO's prestigious World Heritage List.
 
Music lovers head to New Taipei
With just a few more days before the Ho-Hai-Yan Gongliao Rock Festival (2016新北市貢寮國際海洋音樂祭) along New Taipei's beautiful Fulong coast (福隆海邊), organizers are working hard to ensure a healthy balance of fun and safety when the festival kicks off on Friday, July 22.
 
Modern dance meets tradition in Hanoi's Non
A performance combining contemporary dance with Vietnamese traditional and ethnic music, entitled Non (Conical Hat), will be held for the first time in Hanoi next week.
 
Corey Feldman celebrates life, new double-CD as he turns 45
Nothing is off the table in an interview with Corey Feldman. During a wide-ranging conversation over lunch at Jerry's Deli in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Encino, Feldman talks about his movies, past marriages, his production company and record label, his son, his home recording studio, the group of beauties he calls Corey's Angels, and his new double-album 10 years in the making. But most of all, he talks about gratitude.
 
Coldplay kicks off stadium tour with colorful show
Coldplay kicked off its U.S. stadium tour with a colorful show that included fireworks, confetti and balloons, mixed with American pride, sympathy for France, moving words from Muhammad Ali and audio from President Barack Obama.
 
Bonnie Brown of famed country music trio the Browns dead at 77
Bonnie Brown, one of three siblings whose smooth harmonies as the Browns influenced generations of singers from the Beatles to Lady Antebellum, died Saturday at age 77.
 
Haitians trek to sacred waterfalls in an annual Voodoo celebration
Some carrying candles or calabash bowls with offerings of goat meat, thousands of Haitians made a Saturday pilgrimage to bathe in sacred waterfalls and pray for everything from a good harvest to an end to Haiti's chronic political dysfunction.
 
Show goes on in Avignon
Actors of "Raoul Collectif" perform during a rehearsal of the play "Rumeur et petits jours" on Saturday, July 16 at the "Cloitre des Carmes" in Avignon during the 70th edition of the Avignon theater festival, which runs to July 24.
 
Soar spot
The Taiwan International Balloon Festival featured seven distinct balloons, including an octopus, turtle, and train, at its re-opening ceremony on Sunday, July 17.
 
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