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More than 15,000 people congregated at this man-made town in the desert to celebrate radical, creative self-expression.
6 November 2013 0 View comments A man known as The Bonfire King' who organised Britain's biggest Guy Fawkes Night party for 50 years h as been given a n explosive send-off after his ashes were shot into the sky. Keith Austin spent half a century as
An effigy of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is driven through the streets ahead of the Bonfire Night celebrations Women in colourful period costume (right) and a child dressed up as a Red Indian Chief (left) take part in the festival which is hailed
Four hundred and eight years ago, a Catholic plot to blow up the British Houses of Lords and with it the King of England failed completely. Although a non-event, the attempted bombing had a huge legacy. There was the historical impact, with King
For several centuries now, the foiling of the Gunpowder Plot as been commemorated by riotous and often sectarian processions culminating in massive bonfires and the burning of giant effigies of public figures of hatred. Nowadays it's more like the
George Lucas' first directing paycheck is almost a tenth of a percent of his current one; Bryan Cranston is funny in a "you had to be there" kind of way; Paula Deen's portrait was hung at a Food Network event last night, and not just to be burned in
While the Met department has ruled out the possibility of downpour on Sunday, Ramlila organisers are playing safe to celebrate chaos-free Dussehra this year. Going by the rainfall and the prevalent hazy conditions in the past two-three days and
S acting president, Nicolas Maduro, says his mentor, Hugo Chavez, fought for his life "until the last second" and called for an inquiry into the leader's death. "Until the last second of his life he believed that he would live and he wanted to live,"
Aris Messinis/Agence France-Presse Getty Images Protestors wore Guy Fawkes masks during a general strike in Athens on Feb. 20. A decision by authorities in Bahrain to outlaw Guy Fawkes masks looks like a pretty desperate and ineffective way of
A t least one of Hafley's neighbors is taking it as a sign of disrespect. "If he wants to place it someplace else that would be fine," the anonymous neighbor told the NBC affiliate . "We don't have black people in this community but I'm sure they