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2015/07/06 08:32
2015/07/06 08:32
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The National Gallery of Zimbabwe in conjunction with the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) is hosting the Tavatose/Sisonke 2015 schools art exhibition on vanishing wetlands. The exhibition which...
2015/07/06 08:32
2015/07/06 08:32
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2015/07/06 07:30
2015/07/06 07:30
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The ongoing Tavatose/ Sisonke visual arts exhibition whose theme is "Vanishing Wetlands," is an eye opener to the generality of the Zimbabwean populace when it comes to preserving these revered...
2015/07/06 07:25
2015/07/06 07:25
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David Warner tells us what he got up to in London on a day off "I put it in a beer bath and it's gone all soft. That's un-Australian, that is" This article is a work of fiction Awesome day of...
2015/07/06 03:38
2015/07/06 03:38
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Sydney Opera House bans selfie sticks Australia's Sydney Opera House has joined a growing list of cultural institutions worldwide to crack down on the use of the telescopic camera attachment that...
2015/07/06 03:08
2015/07/06 03:08
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If some fool shamelessly pulls out a selfie stick for a blurry shot of his mug during Aida, the ushers can intervene. Let's hope it's a WWE-style smackdown. The Sydney Opera House is not anti-selfie,...
2015/07/06 02:49
2015/07/06 02:49
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Eight exciting cultural outings for children Few children love trudging around art galleries or museums but there are ways to turn culture into an adventure. Here are some tips about what makes a...
2015/07/06 02:09
2015/07/06 02:09
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As part of a radical new move, Green will be kept company by other brilliant women, among them Mary Somerville, the Scottish astronomer and mathematician, and Dorothy Hodgkin, the Nobel Prize-winning...
2015/07/06 01:19
2015/07/06 01:19
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Jackie L. Burks, center, is pictured in the District’s new homeland security hub on July 4 as she initiates the department’s “Safe Haven” protocol with lightning threatening crowds on the Mall. (Sarah...
2015/07/05 18:55
2015/07/05 18:55
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This is a true story. One January morning, Y went to the cashpoint near his home to draw out some money. When the machine swallowed his card, he went into the bank, where he was told he needed to...
2015/07/05 00:19
2015/07/05 00:19
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The Capitol Hill parade was soggy. (Joe Heim/The Washington Post) A pelting, late-afternoon storm Saturday disrupted Fourth of July celebrations across the Washington region, as thousands descended...
2015/07/04 23:25
2015/07/04 23:25
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The work of such great artists as Monet, Degas, Pisarro and Renoir — part of a group known as the Impressionists — was not a big hit when it was introduced in the late 1800s. Impressionism is one of...
2015/07/04 18:26
2015/07/04 18:26
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Protesters in Britain today urged the cancellation of Greece's debt as voters in the country's referendum prepared to go to the polls. Events took place in support of the Greek people as they decide...
2015/07/04 05:21
2015/07/04 05:21
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Trying to move on? Disgraced wellness ‘guru’ Belle Gibson looks tired and drawn in first appearance in public since interview that failed to explain her false cancer claims Belle Gibson spotted in...
2015/07/04 04:49
2015/07/04 04:49
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Irish Times Amateur Photographer of the Year: the winners You entered thousands of photographs, and voted for the People’s Choice Award. Here are the results Strangers Powered by Horsefeed in the...
2015/07/04 04:36
2015/07/04 04:36
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Among the exhibits that captured the public’s attention at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York was a time capsule, not to be opened for 5,000 years, that contained, among other things, a disposable...
2015/07/04 02:09
2015/07/04 02:09
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... is undoubtedly one of the most impressive artists of the 18th century," says National Portrait Gallery Director, Christopher Baker, a specialist in 18th and 19th century drawing whose own passion...
2015/07/03 18:22
2015/07/03 18:22
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DUBBO has its own voice and it is surprising. That's the word from Western Plains Cultural Centre manager Andrew Glassop who is keen to see our city "differentiated" as a region through programming...
2015/07/03 10:13
2015/07/03 10:13
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Calabasas in Los Angeles County. My home is 20 minutes from the thick of Hollywood so I can get away from being ‘David Hasselhoff’. First thing you do when you come back to London? Find a gym to...
2015/07/03 06:20
2015/07/03 06:20
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Andy Warhol in Tiananmen Square during a visit to China in 1982. Photo: Christopher Makos You hear their names together – Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei. Mentioned in the one sentence, it immediately...
2015/07/03 05:46
2015/07/03 05:46
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Dorothea Clinton who dug up a potato in the shape of a duck. Dorothea Clinton will be having ‘Quack-et Potato’ for dinner after digging up this funny-looking potato Sep 13, 2013. The 73-year-old, of...
2015/07/06 08:32
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