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Media playback is unsupported on your device Ukraine crisis: Orthodox church-goer fears ethnic conflict 23 February 2014 Last updated at 15:52 GMT In the centre of Kiev is one of the biggest and oldest Orthodox Christian monasteries in the former
First Assembly of God is alive and well and shining at the top of Nanny Goat Hill and Mabel Rodda and God are smiling. The Little Church on the Hill has experienced years of decline. Folks agreed to disagree and the work of God seemed to be stalled...
February 8, 2014 Spire Institute the sprawling, 750,000-square-foot athletic complex in Geneva has made another Olympic connection. Spire announced on Saturday night that it has been selected as an official training site for USA Wrestling. The
At 65, Bill Reinarts has been working in Reinarts Stained Glass Studio for 43 years, 20 of them under his father and the rest as owner and manager, and has had his hands in every part of the stained glass-making process which hasn't changed much
29 December 2013 0 View comments Thousands of homeowners face the threat of crippling bills to repair local churches under an ancient law which applies regardless of their religion, it has emerged...Thousands of homeowners face the threat of
It should have toppled," Gray said Sunday of the Northwood-Appold United Methodist Church's wooden steeple, which towered over the Cold Spring Lane and Loch Raven Boulevard corner for more than 60 years. The steeple, which withstood the flames Friday,
For one of America's most prestigious church facilities, this year has seen the kickoff of the biggest full-scale restoration in its history. And for a niche company based in Middletown, New York, the project has presented the most high-profile
But in actual fact around a thousand spires, belfries and towers of various styles and ages now grace the city centre. Some of them are popular tourist attractions offering great views of the city, others only recently revealed their mysteries. One
If you've visited Manly over the past year you'll have noticed a change in the air. Pubs have had designer makeovers, big name restaurateurs are moving in and scores of funky cafes and bars are putting the beachside enclave back on the "cool"
George Vancouver mounted atop British Columbia's iconic legislature buildings in Victoria is on a shaky perch, and the rest of the building is in even worse shape. An all-party legislative management committee heard today that the building's green