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Memphis Music Landmarks Spared from River Flooding

By: Adrian Sainz, Associated Press Matt Sedensky,Associated Press MEMPHIS, TN (AP).- The Mississippi River rose Monday to levels not seen in Memphis since the 1930s, swamping homes in low-lying neighborhoods and driving hundreds of people from th...

Up to 100 Greek Culture Ministry Workers Shut Down the Acropolis,...

ATHENS (AP).- Riot police clashed with protesting workers barricading the ancient Acropolis on Thursday, using tear gas to clear the entrance to one of Greece's most famous landmarks. Up to 100 Culture Ministry workers had shut down the Acropolis on We...

Up to 100 Greek Culture Ministry Workers Shut Down the Acropolis,...

ATHENS (AP).- Riot police clashed with protesting workers barricading the ancient Acropolis on Thursday, using tear gas to clear the entrance to one of Greece's most famous landmarks. Up to 100 Culture Ministry workers had shut down the Acropolis on We...

Under Unusual Arrangement, in Austria, Castles Aren’t Just for Kings

VIENNA (AP).- Robert Tidmarsh's eyes light up when he talks about the sprawling park surrounding Schoenbrunn Palace, one of Austria's most famous landmarks — and his to enjoy every time he comes home. "My garden's quite nice!" says the 59-year-old...

Under Unusual Arrangement, in Austria, Castles Aren’t Just for Kings

VIENNA (AP).- Robert Tidmarsh's eyes light up when he talks about the sprawling park surrounding Schoenbrunn Palace, one of Austria's most famous landmarks — and his to enjoy every time he comes home. "My garden's quite nice!" says the 59-year-old...

In Austria, Castles Aren’t Just for Kings

VIENNA (AP).- Robert Tidmarsh's eyes light up when he talks about the sprawling park surrounding Schoenbrunn Palace, one of Austria's most famous landmarks — and his to enjoy every time he comes home. "My garden's quite nice!" says the 59-year-old...

NYC to Plunk Down Pianos at Ferry, Brooklyn Bridge

NEW YORK (AP).- Consider them keys to the city: Anyone who gets a sudden itch to tickle the ivories will be able to play free public pianos in 50 places throughout New York City, from the Coney Island boardwalk to the Metropolitan Museum. An art instal...

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