Do we need to re-think the grape varieties we grow in the face of climate change?
Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colors found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, pick themselves up off the floor after participating in U.S. artist Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on Saturday, July 9. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany.
A man attends the ceremony of the "Grande Fuoco" (Big Fire) during Celtica, the festival of Celtic culture and traditions in the Bois-de-Peuterey in Val Veny, Courmayeur, near Aoste, Italy on Saturday, July 9.
Chile has been a huge success story with its reputation for great value, reliable Cabernet Sauvignons and Chard 0onnays. The industry has, though, been operating within a structure which has favored the big guys, who churn out commercial,......
Kumo, a mechanical spider made of wood and steel by "Les Machines de L'Ile" ("Machines of the Isle of Nantes") factory, is presented to the public for the first time in the streets of Nantes, western France on Friday, July 8.
Visitors who dress immodestly will not be allowed to enter Cambodia's famed Angkor temple complex, the agency that oversees the site said Thursday.1 Comment
When college rowing buddies Bojan Mandaric and Brogan Graham vowed to stay in shape post-graduation, they didn't want to shovel out hundreds to join a gym or even drop US$20 for a yoga class. So they returned to one of their most grueling college workouts: the stairs at Harvard Stadium.
The names Trump and Clinton, along with a range of former American presidents, featured at a presentation of wines from the American state of Virginia, in London last week.
Thailand is smitten by Japan: Sushi restaurants fill the malls, Issey Miyake's luxury "Bao Bao" bags are all the rage and Thai tourists are flocking to Japan in record numbers to visit a country many view as a role model.
Upwardly-mobile, tech-savvy young professionals across the globe are swapping their briefcases and brogues for backpacks and sneakers, setting themselves up as digital nomads who can operate from wherever their laptops can go.