Hundreds of pom-poms and knitted items have been strung from trees and lampposts to help reduce the fear of crime in an area of Leicester.
Nine enormous bronze bells have made their way on flatbed trucks from a Normandy foundry to what is hoped will be their home for centuries to come, Notre Dame Cathedral, […]
Earlier this month, the winners of the third annual Good Food Awards were announced at a ceremony in the Ferry Building in San Francisco. 114 winners were selected from 1,350 […]
From the glittering New Year’s ball dropping in New York’s Times Square to joyous fireworks in London and cheers in a once-isolated Asian country, the world did its best to […]
The luxury Qualia resort on Hamilton Island has been voted the best accommodation in the world by travellers.
They are blind, autistic, have Down syndrome or other disabilities. But on stage, the actors, singers and dancers of “Suenos,” or “Dreams,” easily transcend their limitations. “What I like about […]
IPS – Women Take up Care of Tohoku Elders | Inter Press Service. Yumiko Yonekura, who survived last year’s massive earthquake and tsunami that devastated Tohoku in northeast Japan, has […]
State expansions of the Medicaid health insurance program for poor Americans reduced adult mortality rates by more than 6 percent compared to states that did not broaden eligibility for their […]
The International Interior Design Association recently selected the McAllen Public Library in McAllen, Texas, as the winner of their 2012 Library Interior Design Competition. What’s so special about that?
President Barack Obama gave the United States’ top civilian honor on Tuesday to musician Bob Dylan, novelist Toni Morrison and 11 other people he described as his heroes because of […]