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Tonight will wrap up the two-week run of the Games of the XXX Olympiad, a summer Olympics that was a fun one to watch and experience with friends, family and countrymen. As is usually the case with the Olympics, there were moments of extreme joy, the...
CNNLondon -- Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee celebrations reached a climax Tuesday as she and other members of the royal family appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for a flypast. Aircraft from the Battle of Britain -- including Spitfires and a...
World NowOfficials in Milan, Italy, have backed away from plans to give the Dalai Lama honorary citizenship, because of worries about upsetting China, Italian media reported Thursday. The Milan city council had planned to vote on making the Dalai Lama an...
L.A. NOWA longtime Crystal Cathedral congregant has filed a claim of more than $30 billion in bankruptcy court alleging that his religious and civil rights have been violated as a result of the sale of the Garden Grove campus to the......
A calm, cold breeze runs throughout the marble-encased, maze-like corridors of Forest Lawn's Great Mausoleum, where the who's who of Hollywood have come to permanently rest. But that changes once you reach its deepest and oldest cobweb-covered crevice...
ReutersLONDON -- Buckingham Palace expects record crowds this summer, when up to 650,000 people are set to file into Queen Elizabeth's London residence and past the dress worn by Kate Middleton at her royal wedding to Prince William. The ivory and white...
If you were allowed to do anything you wanted on the extra day this year, what would you "leap" to do?By LARA WILL Berlin Brothersvalley Leap year is a strange phenomenon that exists to keep our scale of time in sync with Mother Nature. Yet this day is an opportunity — who doesn't wish for more time? In a way, Feb. 29 satisfies this wish. Ideally,...
Earlier this month, the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens was celebrated in an event held at his burial site in London's Westminster Abbey. In attendance were many writers, academics, and other enthusiasts of the man considered to be...
Figurines were the photographs of the 18th and 19th centuries. Well-known politicians, royalty, sports figures, actors, writers, religious subjects and newsworthy criminals, places and events were the inspiration for the figurines. They were made to...
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Figurines were the "photographs" of the 18th and 19th centuries. Well-known politicians, royalty, sports figures, actors, writers, religious subjects and newsworthy criminals, places and events were the inspiration for the figurines. They were made to...
Tags: Arts, China, Arts, Building Material, Benjamin Franklin
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