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Tuesday, April 1, 2014
British actress Kate O'Mara, who starred in hit U.S. soap opera Dynasty in the 1980s, died on Sunday at the age of 74, her agent said.
Elton John to marry partner in post-legalization UK
Pop icon Elton John says he will tie the knot with partner David Furnish now that his native Britain has legalized gay marriage.
Dogs and cats are often beloved family members in current culture, but animals held such a prominent place in ancient Egyptian society that tens of millions were mummified, some going into the pharaohs' tombs to rest eternally in the company of their kings.
Monday, March 31, 2014
Iconic landmarks around the world were plunged into darkness Saturday as lights went out in thousands of places as part of a global fundraising drive for local environmental projects.
International landmarks go dark for global Earth Hour
Clown industry hit hard by recession
In a global recession, being a clown is no laughing matter.
Even the host can't escape the slime at Kids' Choice Awards
Robert Downey Jr. turned inspirational speaker at the Kids' Choice Awards, Pharrell set another fashion trend, David Blaine lost his head during a slime-induced illusion, One Direction and Jennifer Lawrence cleaned up, and the green goo bath finally caught up with Mark Wahlberg — thanks to some unlikely slimers.
Rhythmic and perfectly harmonized, South Africa's up-and-coming vocal trio The Soil promise to be the 21st century's answer to their countrymen Ladysmith Black Mambazo, though none of them can read a note of music.
In a cramped backstage area at New York's Metropolitan Opera House, French mezzo-soprano Sophie Koch adjusts her 19th century dress.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
American Impressionism story told at Monet gardens
Mottled brushstrokes capture the sunset on a haystack, vivid hues fragment forest grass, while hazy edges give life to Normandy trees as they dance in the breeze.
The domes and arched ceilings — each arrayed with tiles in herringbone and basket-weave patterns — are hidden in plain sight. Millions of people walk under them every day at the Oyster Bar at Grand Central Terminal, New York's St. John the Divine, the Boston Public Library, the San Diego Museum of Man and hundreds of other places.
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