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Archipelago News Surakarta (also known as Solo) municipal administration, Central Java, has announced its plan to build a mall inside the Tanggul traditional market in the Jebres district, arguing that the mall could coexist with the traditional
West Dundee's Halloween party will be held from noon to 3 p.m...The day, sponsored by West Dundee and organized by community volunteers, will include hayrides through the community, a scavenger hunt, a costume contest, dancing, refreshments and more.
Deconstructing Creativity Damage Control,' at the Hirshhorn, Explores Neglected Trend MIT Museum Damage Control' at the Hirshhorn: The new exhibition, opening Thursday at the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, is built around works that
Yoga is moving from the studio mat to the museum gallery. The Smithsonian Institution has organized what curators believe is the world's first exhibition about the visual history and art of yoga, looking back at its origins. The Smithsonian's Sackler
Hot Springs National Park employee Stacy Jackson carries a barricade while closing Arlington Lawn in Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas on October 1. The Washington Monument is seen behind a chain fence in Washington, on October 1. A National Park
The Washington Monument is seen behind a chain fence in Washington, on October 1. A National Park Service ranger finishes putting up a sign indicating all facilities at the Martin Luther King Historic Site are closed to the public in Atlanta, on
Are some World War II veterans angry that the memorial created in their honor is off limits because of the partial government shutdown?...The old warriors and their friends stormed passed barriers at the site Sunday, carried a few of the gates to the
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) and former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin joined a bunch of tea party neo-confederates at the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday in an
Redman is assistant professor of history at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst...In the days following the October 2013 government shutdown, streams of veterans passed through barricades and walked through the grounds of the National World War
Chris Cox, the colorful chain-saw sculptor who has taken it upon himself to clean parts of the National Mall during the government shutdown, is easy to spot: bushy beard, big South Carolina flag, oversize orange dolly that he uses to cart off garbage.