Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Arts & Culture
Cambodian makeup artist Apple (left) with Charli Hueston as the ‘Apsara Robot’. Courtesy of Dillon Morningstar
Cambodian artist finds Hollywood success
Aug 02. 2020
 Photo: Screengrab via Matterport
An interactive virtual exhibition that reflects the diversity of Himalayan culture
Jul 26. 2020
Phichit monks revive old tradition of beating drums at twilight
Jul 16. 2020
Trump's niece can publish and promote her book about president and his family, judge says
Jul 14. 2020
Putin's People
Photo by: FarrarStraus and Giroux — handout
Book World: How Putin pushed aside the oligarchs and made Russia his own
Jul 11. 2020
Clifford Price or  Goldie.
Renowned British DJ launches Bangkok’s first gallery with a difference
Jul 09. 2020
America through Foreign Eyes
Book World: What's gone wrong in America? An outsider explains, and offers a warning.
Jul 06. 2020
Changing times, changing traditions
Jul 05. 2020
President Trump/ File photo
A newspaper cartoon with a swastika-wearing Trump roiled a Florida community
Jul 05. 2020
Ifeoma Ozoma's private information was leaked by a Pinterest co-worker and posted on extremist forums. She says the company did nothing to help her. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Adria Malcolm for The Washington Post
Black women say Pinterest created a den of discrimination -- despite its image as the nicest company in tech
Jul 05. 2020
The fireworks show June 27 at Mount Vernon, George Washington's home near Washington. Attendance was restricted to 600, from the normal 2,700, and fireworks were launched from a barge anchored in the Potomac River. MUST CREDIT: Photo for The Washington Post by Kevin Ambrose
July 4th pyrotechnics fizzle as the show can't go on
Jul 02. 2020
The Sugarloaf Pub sits on Cannon Street in the City of London on June 23, 2020. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by Olivia Harris.
The City of London has a slavery problem
Jun 28. 2020
The English National Ballet in Akram Khan's
The future of the performing arts is digital. Marquee TV has a major head start.
Jun 22. 2020
A segment from the handwritten Juneteenth order issued by Union Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger telling people held in bondage in Texas that they were free. This handwritten order, dated June 19, 1865, was located in a formal U.S. Army order book and is thought to be the first version of the famous proclamation. It was located Thursday June 18, 2020 at the National Archives headquarters building in Washington. MUST CREDIT: Photo courtesy of National Archive
Original Juneteenth order found in National Archives
Jun 19. 2020
Exhibition revives old memories of New World
Jun 18. 2020
The statue of Jefferson Davis in Richmond was defaced before being toppled to the ground. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by John McDonnell
What to do when the Confederate statues come down? Leave the pedestals empty
Jun 17. 2020
Visitors look at
Glenstone, which opened as a connoisseur's delight, is reopening as an oasis for everyone
Jun 06. 2020
Enemy of all Mankind Photo by: Riverhead - handout
Book World: Steven Johnson recounts the tale of pirate Henry Every, who terrorized the Indian Ocean
May 30. 2020
Capital and Ideology
Photo by: Belknap/Harvard — handout
Book World: The American ideology, on the left and the right, that props up inequality
May 23. 2020
The Last President of Europe
Photo by: PublicAffairs — handout
Book World: President Macron's mission: Rescue France and unite Europe
May 23. 2020
Indian Sun: The Life and Music of Ravi Shankar
(Photo by: Hachette — handout)
Book World: The man who made Indian classical music mainstream
May 15. 2020
More than Love
Photo by: Scribner — handout
Book World: Natalie Wood's daughter opens up about the life and death of her famous mother
May 06. 2020
Big Summer
Photo by: Atria — handout
Book World: Jennifer Weiner's 'Big Summer' is a breezy romp through online influencer culture
May 06. 2020
Warhol
(Photo by: Ecco — handout)
Book World: Dead for three decades, Andy Warhol is still enjoying his 15 minutes of fame
Apr 18. 2020
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