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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Mexico non-violence art features guns with knotted barrels
Replicas of a sculpture of a knotted pistol that was designed in honor of the late musician John Lennon are being displayed this month in Monterrey, a northern industrial city that knows about gun violence.
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With Placido Domingo ill, Salsi plays two roles
Luca Salsi was taking a walk with his wife on Manhattan's Upper West Side, when he got a call from Alvaro Domingo, son of the famous singer.
Monday, April 6, 2015
Runner's art recaptures Boston Marathon's joy
With her running shoes and her paintbrush, Hope Phelan is trying to recapture the joy and whimsy of the Boston Marathon.
How previous seasons of the hit US series 'Mad Men' came to an end
It's the beginning of the end for "Mad Men." As the second half of the series' final season begins at 10 p.m. EDT on AMC, here's a refresher on how previous seasons ended:
Ex-Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Bob Burns has died after a crash in the southeastern U.S. state of Georgia, media reports and former bandmates said on Saturday.
Their wishes met, two cowboys now rest in peace
On a hilltop in Hornitos, with the ranch they both loved within view, two men linked by mutual respect, the cowboy way and final requests are now separated by only thin walls of wood and a few feet of dirt.
Friday, April 3, 2015
Exhibit in former psychiatric ward celebrates famed Brazilian artist
When Arthur Bispo do Rosario needed art supplies within the psychiatric institution where he lived, he'd barter cigarettes or trade favors with the guards. When that didn't work, he'd sometimes rough up fellow inmates and snatch away their belongings.
Nude Canberra museum exhibit attracts art-loving starkers visitors
Art lovers have stripped off for nude tours of a new exhibit at the National Gallery of Australia, a concept designed to remove the material barrier between artist and audience.
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Taiwanese pop diva A-mei (張惠妹), a staunch supporter of same-sex marriage and other gay rights, has rolled out two "rainbow products" to support the gay community, ahead of an April concert marathon in Taipei.
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Turin's Egyptian museum set to reopen after five-year refurb
Huge black and gold sarcophaguses with kohl-rimmed eyes dwarf visitors at Turin's palatial Egyptian museum, which is reopening to the public after a "pharaonic" five-year renovation.
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