Wednesday, March 21, 2018


Chinese artist Ai Weiwei stands in front of his artwork consisting of a 60-metre rubber raft installation titled 'Law of the Journey' which includes around 300 figures representing refugees, during a media call for the Biennale of Sydney in Australia

Artist Ai Weiwei Unfazed by China Ending Presidential Term Limits

SYDNEY (Reuters)  China's removal of presidential term limits, effectively letting President Xi Jinping hold office for life, will have no impact on its culture, artist...

George Lucas: A Cinematic Destiny Written in the Stars

George Lucas is beloved by fans, and most known for being the creator of the cult classic movie franchises Star Wars and Indiana Jones.   However,...
A statue of Harvey Weinstein on a casting couch made by artist Plastic Jesus is seen on Hollywood Boulevard near the Dolby Theatre during preparations for the Oscars in Hollywood, Los Angeles

Harvey Weinstein ‘Casting Couch’ Statue Unveiled Ahead of Oscars

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) Harvey Weinstein won't be going to Sunday's Oscar ceremony, but the film producer's presence is still being felt in Hollywood Los Angeles-based...
People visit the Capitol building in Havana

Cuba’s Capitol Reopens after Years of Restoration

By Nelson Acosta and Sarah Marsh HAVANA (Reuters) After eight years of restoration work, Cuba on Thursday re-opened to the public the doors of its...
The male mummy known as 'Gebelein Man' can be seen in this photograph issued by The British Museum in London

Tattoos Discovered on Mummies after Millennia under Wraps

LONDON (Reuters) Researchers have discovered the oldest figurative tattoos in the world on the upper arms of two ancient Egyptian mummies, the British Museum...
A neon sign shines above the entrance of a the Hotel Inglaterra in Havana

Cuban Artist Switches Havana’s Neon Lights Back On

By Sarah Marsh HAVANA (Reuters) After dusk in Havana, an ice-blue neon sign illuminates the faded facade of the Cine El Megano, one of many...