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55 min ago | The Indian Express
Said-ul-Ajaib until recently saw footfall because it hosts the Garden of Five Senses, within which fine-dining restaurants have laid siege.
55 min ago | Shutterbug
Natural History When Steve Gottlieb took this picture in 1985 he'd been practicing law for 10 years.
Street art in Rio gives new meaning to the expression 'painting the town' with the vast number of scrawls and spray paintings that color the city.
Last week saw the culmination of Retina, the inaugural Scottish International Photography Festival, which showcased work by Edinburgh College's photography students and graduates alongside the work of celebrity photographer Rankin and fashion model and photographer Helena Christensen.
Former SCAD student Frances Shaw and SCAD alumna Natasha Sokulski are the proud creators of Frannie's Gluten-Free Muffins, a product designed for the allergen free community.
Recording studios tend to focus on a single thing: crafting great albums. Echo Mountain does that well, with Grammy-winning projects by the likes of the Steep Canyon Rangers and the Zac Brown Band to its credit.
"The great thing about film is, anything is possible," says Leura's Matt Drummond who has been nominated for his third Emmy.
A simple miscommunication between Alexis Mullen and her mother more than a year ago has blossomed into a software program that has been downloaded 500 times in the past two-and-a-half weeks.
Along with Letson, artist Pier Brito and graphic designer Ron Hubbard are credited as creators of the "Imperfect" comic book series.
This summer, Horace Greeley High School student Scott Silver is exercising his creativity at the Beehive Designer Collective in Mount Kisco.
Since the start of Israel's Operation Protective Edge in the Gaza Strip, which began with daily airstrikes on the coastal territory, iconic images of plumes of gray and black smoke rising into the sky have become ubiquitous in media reports on the conflict.
Hailing from Philly, the innovative design firm The Heads of State blends a fun atmosphere and challenging projects with a no-nonsense motto: It's all about the work .
Learn how to pick best berries Two experts talk about spots to seek out wild berries and fruits found in Central Minn.
Freeland resident Ginny O'Neill has been an artist all her life, from drawing friends' portraits as a teenager to graphic design and acrylic painting in her '20s.
On Friday, July 27, the Printing Museum hosted a block party inaugurating its new bilingual mural entitled "Changing Language, Changing Worlds" executed earlier this week on the west wall of the museum along Peveto Street through the collaborative efforts of Lebanese wall artist Paschal Zoghby and a Houston-based street painter known as "Dual.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 01:45 am
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