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Sunday, July 19, 2015
Turkmenistan's Silk Road heritage kept under wraps
The towering minaret and mausoleums of Konye-Urgench in isolated Turkmenistan cut striking forms against the desert sky, yet few foreign visitors make it to a site once at the center of the Islamic world.
Bulgaria's Valley of Thracian Kings guards its secrets from modern visitors
In the fields of Bulgaria they are everywhere -- hundreds of mounds like huge molehills concealing the gold-filled tombs of ancient kings who left no other trace of their rule.
Bon Iver's Justin Vernon throws hometown festival
Bon Iver's Justin Vernon is throwing a major jam this weekend in his hometown of Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Hong Kong comic artist goes global with story of Blur
When Britpop legends Blur released an album inspired by Hong Kong one local artist got the chance to tell the band's story in pictures, suddenly finding a global audience for his politically charged representations of the city.
Founding Fathers in 'Hamilton' aim to put 'blood into the statues'
Christopher Jackson was doing fine stepping into the boots of George Washington during rehearsals of "Hamilton" -- until he had to actually put on the boots, breeches and frock coat.
Faith No More back to claim their moment
On the fringes of the MTV era, Faith No More started confounding audiences with hard-edged rock that brought in funk, hip-hop and even samba and polka.
Greg Poehler returns for second season of Swedish comedy
Paul Simon, Jack Black, Neve Campbell, Amy Poehler and Jason Priestley make appearances in the second season of the television comedy "Welcome to Sweden," which launches on NBC on Sunday.
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Spanish museums invite blind people to touch masterpieces
Staff at the Prado, Spain's top art museum, usually prevent visitors from touching its priceless treasures.
At nomination time, Emmy seems blind to shows' strengths
Year after year, TV brings its audience an embarrassment of riches. No wonder that, when nomination time arrives, Emmy has a habit of embarrassing itself.
A planned concert by U.S. pop group Maroon 5 in mainland China has been canceled, the promoter said, prompting speculation that authorities refused permission because a band member met the exiled Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama.
  
  
  
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