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Art transforming the culture of living and dying

The staff of Rosetta Requiem are in the midst of a cultural revolution. Not only are they in the vanguard…

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Every generation has a Messiah

2005 was a triumphant year for Bob Dylan. The man famously dubbed as the 'voice of a generation' (the sixties…

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Snow Business

The World Tourism Organisation (WTO) forecasts that 1.6 billion people will travel as tourists by the year 2020 - a…

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Everyone's shouting about the Google library

It is almost a year to the day since Google announced its plans to digitize the collections of five of…

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A dance for humanity

Fifty-seven years ago this week, with the memories of World War II still fresh, humankind had cause for hope.

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The arts at night

The UK recently called time on its antiquated drinking laws and pubs can now apply for a licence to stay…

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Pompidou about nothing

Next month will mark the 29th anniversary of the construction of the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris. What, if anything,…

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Children Of The Revolution

Some would argue that world-renowned writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez is the patriarch of the Latin American family literary tree. And…

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Hip-hop you don't stop

Hip-hop artists dominate the charts. In Detroit, America’s first ‘hip-hop’ mayor has just celebrated winning a second term. Hip-hop historian…

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Nature's own art form

For years strange shapes have been appearing in the endless fields around Kansas, courtesy of local and internationally renowned Land…

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