Beatrice Boselli

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The man who ‘invented’ Impressionism

It’s hard to believe that Monet, Degas and Renoir once faced hostility from the art world. Alastair Sooke reveals how one man changed everything.<p>Few movements in the history of art feel as familiar as Impressionism. Barely a week goes by without Monet and his contemporaries generating headlines for …

The devastating loss of Zaha Hadid for women in architecture

You may not always like her aesthetic, her candor or the politics of her clients, but Zaha Hadid, the star architect who died suddenly in Miami on March 31, has left a dark hole in the world of architecture.<p>An inimitable mind, Hadid often proposed dazzling “swoopy” avant-garde structures, earning …

How Not to Look Like a Tourist In Milan

Milan is more than Italy's business or fashion capital -- it's a city as stubbornly passionate about maintaining its sense of tradition as it is dedicated to innovation. Just make sure to follow these rules on your next visit.<p><i>by J.J. Martin</i><p>Milan is more than Italy's business or fashion capital -- …

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Living Life to The Fullest in Italy

If there is one characteristic that describes Italians, it's their ability to enjoy life. If you are looking for ways to enjoy the sweet life, la dolce vita, take tips from the Italians, or better yet, head to Italy.<p>If there is one characteristic that describes Italians, it's their ability to enjoy …

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10 things Italy does better than anywhere else | CNN Travel

Maybe Early Humans Weren't The First To Get A Good Grip

The special tool-wielding power of human hands may go back farther in evolutionary history than scientists have thought.<p>That's according to a new study of hand bones from an early relative of humans called <i>Australopithecus africanus</i>. Researchers used a powerful X-ray technique to scan the interior …

Why Lefties Make Less

They've been subtly discriminated against since biblical times, but modern data suggests a significant gap in earnings.<p>There’s a stereotype that left-handed people are clumsier, but that might have something to do with the fact that they live in a world of objects optimized for the right-handed: …

Leicester will be final burial place of King Richard III, found under a parking lot

It's been a long journey for Richard III, the 15th century king whose skeleton was found under a parking lot in the English city of Leicester. But on Friday, his final destination became clear.<p>The medieval monarch will be reburied in Leicester Cathedral, just a stone's throw away from where his …

Young Italians abandon la dolce vita to move to Britain

UK pushes Germany out of the top spot as the most favoured destination for Italians hoping to find work<p>Britain is the main destination of choice for Italians seeking a new life abroad, as tens of thousands flee the sclerotic economy, dismal growth predictions and lack of meritocracy of the …

5 Easy Tricks to Bust Out of a Bad Mood

You can either make or break your own happiness. And while sometimes it isn't easy, no matter the circumstances, you can choose to be happy -- or at least not miserable.<p>Bad moods are the worst, aren't they? Especially the ones that you just wake up with and can't shake. Those are the ones I really …

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Who Buried the $10 Million in Coins Found by a California Couple—and Why?

What they found, where it's from—and what are the odds?<p>The dream of discovering buried treasure came true for a California couple who found a real pot of gold while walking their dog. The largest such hoard ever found in the U.S. is comprised of 1,411 gold coins, minted between 1847 and 1894, worth …

Saudi royal family could pay for restoration of Roman monuments

Deal brokered by mayor of Rome could see Saudi Arabia provide millions of euros to restore neglected sites in exchange for loans of priceless artworks<p>A training barracks used by Roman gladiators and the 2,000-year-old mausoleum of the Emperor Augustus could be restored with money from the Saudi …

OECD: English pupils 'more practical than academic'

New OECD international league tables show that English teenagers outperform their European peers in problem solving skills but still lag far behind pupils from the Far East<p>English teenagers are better at solving problems in real-life situations than tackling core academic disciplines, a major …

Scientists Study What to Do If You Drop a Cookie on the Floor

The five-second rule: New study says it's safe to eat food that's been on the floor … or is it?<p>Once again, you've dropped your snack. You bend down, snatch it up, and gently blow off any dust—and, you hope, deadly germs. You're about to put it in your mouth because, after all, you've got the …

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Presents<p>S13 E10 Kung Fu BitingOn this week’s episode, the docs are bombarded with four dogs that have been attacked.<p>Aired 9-9-18 • TV-14 L<p>Aired 9-4-18 • TV-PG<p>• • •<p>SEASON PREMIERE<p>Aired 9-10-18 • TV-PG L<p>• • •<p>Aired 8-27-18 • TV-PG L<p>• • •<p>See More<p>Presents<p>S2 E12 Michael & DianeA high school football …

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Parents offering houses as guarantee on private school fees

Recession hit families desperate to keep their children in the best schools are deferring fees by effectively securing a loan against their property<p>Parents struggling to cope in the recession are giving private schools a charge on their home in return for deferring fee payments so they can afford …