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Late Queen Juliana’s Attic Sale Draws Crowds of Royal Fans at...

AMSTERDAM (AP).- From threadbare armchairs to marble mantel clocks, garden furniture to a silver pocket knife, thousands of the late Dutch Queen Juliana's possessions are going under the hammer in an attic sale fit for a king. The four-day auction by S...

Late Queen Juliana’s Attic Sale Draws Crowds of Royal Fans at...

AMSTERDAM (AP).- From threadbare armchairs to marble mantel clocks, garden furniture to a silver pocket knife, thousands of the late Dutch Queen Juliana's possessions are going under the hammer in an attic sale fit for a king. The four-day auction by S...

Hundreds of Egyptian College Students Rally at Iconic Pyramids for Return...

CAIRO (AP).- As hundreds of Egyptian college students rallied at the iconic pyramids of Giza Friday to promote tourism, camel guide Salah Shabani stood to the side and looked on with sadness. It's been two weeks since a popular uprising forced Preside...

Art Lovers Queue through Night for Glimpse of Monet at the...

PARIS (REUTERS).- Thousands of art lovers queued in freezing temperatures on Saturday night for a final glimpse of a major retrospective on French Impressionist Claude Monet, after Paris' Grand Palais opened round the clock to cope with demand. Wrapped...

Just a Few Months Before Opening, Minefields Circle Jesus’ Traditional Baptism...

QASR EL-YAHUD (AP).- Just months before the official opening of one of Christianity's holiest sites to visitors, the area where John the Baptist is said to have baptized Jesus remains surrounded by thousands of land mines. Israel says the sites visite...

Just a Few Months Before Opening, Minefields Circle Jesus’ Traditional Baptism...

QASR EL-YAHUD (AP).- Just months before the official opening of one of Christianity's holiest sites to visitors, the area where John the Baptist is said to have baptized Jesus remains surrounded by thousands of land mines. Israel says the sites visite...

John F. Kennedy Library and Museum Marks 50th Anniversary of JFK...

BOSTON (AP).- Fifty years later, Richard Donahue still remembers the bitter cold and the crowds at the U.S Capitol stamping their feet to stay warm as they waited for John F. Kennedy to deliver his inaugural address on the day the torch was passed to a...

Exhibitions: Pablo Picasso Zurich Exhibition Recreates Landmark 1932 Show

ZURICH (REUTERS) .- In September 1932, already a world-famous artist, Pablo Picasso drove from Paris to Zurich for the opening of a mega-exhibition of his works that was to mark a turning point in Western cultural history. Although he curated the exhi...

In Front of Thousands of Collectors, Haiti’s Earthquake Spurs Miami Art...

MIAMI (AP).- A young boy reaching toward a glimmer of light took shape as Haitian graffiti artist Jerry Rosembert Moise sprayed paint on the wall of an impoverished neighborhood's youth center. It's the kind of clearly hopeful image Moise developed aft...

Jimmy the Painting Chimp Draws Hordes to Rio Zoo

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP).- A retired circus chimpanzee is the Cezanne of simians, drawing crowds to a Brazilian zoo to watch him paint. The 26-year-old chimp called Jimmy has been producing surprisingly lovely paintings each day for three weeks at the Niter...

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