Shirqat, Iraq (CNN) — "Shut up and stay still," the woman in black fatigues and a black headscarf snapped over her shoulder at the armed men behind her as she sat down for an interview. Immediately they
Generations in Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America have grown up under the influence of the superpower U.S. and have felt awe and envy. America permeated their lives — through comics and Coke, through
Spread your bets, get the right show in the right slot, hope for a little bit of luck – and don’t put in money you can’t afford to lose. Top producers share their Edinburgh festival success stories In
“Truth is not in what happens but in what it tells us about who we are.” The question of why we read and what books actually do for us is as old as the written word itself, and as attractive. Galileo reading
The concept was conceptualised in the mid-1960s and adopted by hippies, psychonauts and future countercultural icons. Now, it's coming back, in the form of a massive party in the South Yorkshire Woodland.
American theater has a big night when the Tony awards are passed out and people who can’t always get to the theater get to see some of its stars. But you don’t have to watch an awards ceremony on TV to
He's not the typical kid programmer. In fact, he's barely a programmer at all, he says (he knows some C#). He considers himself a businessman. But that hasn't stopped him from going after his dream: to
Twilight Struggle is out now, and it is worth your time Long before Pandemic: Legacy rocketed up the charts at Board Game Geek, there was another "best" board game of all time, and now it's playable on
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Hegyeshalom, Hungary (CNN) — The directions from police were terse: "Follow us." Hundreds of refugees from the Middle East made the final leg of their trip through Hungary on foot, walking the 4 kilometers
"Her Story" starts like a mystery. "You think it's murder?" says a woman, speaking to an unseen detective. The video flickers, and then it hisses and clicks like an old VHS tape. Then it cuts out, and
This drawstring bag is the perfect way to carry around your stuff! You can throw it over your shoulder or wear it as a backpack. I loosely based this project on another drawstring bag I had; it broke the
‘You have to imagine shrinking yourself down to get the scale right,’ says Peter Crowther When it’s busy, working in front of the public is like being in the zoo. You hear comments: “There’s a giant” “Have
(CNN) — Have you ever found the creative inspiration you were seeking at the most unexpected time, or thought you were having that long-awaited problem-solving epiphany just as you nodded off to sleep?
Photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson is the latest to use her lens to capture NGO Skateistan's students in Kabul. The project, started in 2007 by Australian Oliver Percovich, aims to mix studies with sport
Theatre, dance, TV and even restaurants are becoming ever more interactive You walk into the dark. You close your eyes; you open your eyes. You can’t tell the difference. There’s a voice in your ear. forward,