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Friday, May 15, 2015
Famous artworks replace ads on Tehran billboards
In an unusual move by Tehran's mayor, hundreds of copies of famous artworks -- both of world masters and Iranian artists -- have been plastered on some 1,500 billboards across the city, transforming the Iranian capital into a gigantic, open-air exhibition.
Farming geoducks in Washington takes patience, lots of equipment
Raising the world's largest burrowing clam isn't for the impatient farmer.
Australian quarantine authorities have ordered Johnny Depp to fly his dogs Pistol and Boo out of the country by Saturday or they will be put down.
A prize 35-carat sapphire from Kashmir fetched US$7.3 million Wednesday, according to the auction house Christie's.
Kashmir sapphire ring fetches US$7.3 mil. at Geneva auction
Taiwanese architect Joshua Jih Pan, who led the design of Delta Electronics Inc.'s Architizer A+Award-winning lantern "Ring of Celestial Bliss," is scheduled to attend the awards ceremony in New York City Thursday.
The Chinese-language edition of a book by Sir Colville Young, governor general of Belize, was launched in Taiwan yesterday to introduce Belizean culture and folklore to Taiwanese people.
Watts into feathers; Coens not into television
Premieres, parties, pretty people and paparazzi. All come together at the annual Cannes Film Festival on the French Riviera. Associated Press journalists are in the mix, too, and here's what they've been reporting: Resplendent In Feathers
'American Idol' crowns 14th season champion
Nick Fradiani is the latest winner of "American Idol."
Thursday, May 14, 2015
Michael Fassbender is cool and composed, calmly answering questions from a reporter, with one exception: when it's suggested he's not quite as severely serious as some of the films he's made.
With nod to Eastwood, Fassbender goes West in new film 'Slow West'
Women take spotlight as Cannes film fest opens
The Cannes film festival eschews its usual blockbuster kick-off on Wednesday, opening with a gritty French film that marks only the second time a female director has won the coveted first slot.
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