Ernest Hemingway, ca. 1939. Photograph by Lloyd Arnold HEMINGWAY You go to the races? INTERVIEWER Yes, occasionally. HEMINGWAY Then you read the Racing Form ... There you have the true art of fiction.
The whirling dervishes have been brought to life as the centre piece in a new telling of the Faust legend at the Royal Opera House. The technology has been created by sound artist Andy Cavatorta. It is
Italy's culture minister has expressed outrage over an advertisement by a US weapons firm showing Michelangelo's David holding a rifle. Dario Franceschini said the image was offensive and violated the
Brazil is known for its exotic fauna, but the creatures on display Sunday night for the opening round of Rio de Janeiro’s exuberant Carnival parade were a motley crew, even by local standards. The Carnival
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About two or three weeks ago, recovering addict Edgar Aguilar walked into a tiny computer lab situated in the Mid-Market area of San Francisco -- the new battleground for the friction between the tech
In his job as Apple CEO, Tim Cook is mostly known for having a demeanor that's in some ways antithetical to that of Steve Jobs. Instead of bombast and bold claims, Cook's soothing Southern-tinged speech
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