Cardinal José Tolentino Calaça de Mendonça, the Vatican’s chief librarian, told reporters that all researchers — regardless of nationality, faith and ideology — were welcome to request permission to use
The classicists hope to address a problem that the architecture establishment does not see as a problem. I hope members of the National Civic Art Society are just perverse enough to be rather pleased themselves
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The Santa Monica Public Library has a lengthy code of conduct that it expects visitors at all five of its branches to follow. It specifically calls out everything from being noisy (obvs) to "using books
QAMISHLI, Syria — Thousands of foreign Islamic State fighters currently held in northeastern Syria will be put on trial by a new court system as early as March, a senior Kurdish official told VICE News.