Archive for August, 2011

Free drama of popular protest rocks London stage

LONDON (Reuters) – The spirit of the Arab Spring has found theatrical expression, with the help of one of Britain’s celebrated iconoclasts, at a venue next door to the capital’s mayor.

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Transcript takes top journalism prize for third year

Todd Einerson holds on after his hand got caught while riding a bull during the Tooele County Fair rodeo in August 2010.

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Fort Worth couple gets expert guidance on art acquisitions, but sentiment wins out

By Gaile Robinson Suzie Hudgens stands in front of a disconcerting photograph of a water-filled desert wasteland with cavorting crowds and says, ‘This is Steve’s sentimental picture.’The photograph is of Death Valley, where her husband, Dr.

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China dissident Ai Weiwei launches scathing attack on govt

BEIJING (Reuters) – Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has launched his first scathing attack on the Chinese government since his release from secretive detention in late June, accusing officials of denying citizens their basic rights.

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Smartphones create new kind of photography

At first glance, it looked like another throng of tourists passing through San Francisco’s Chinatown.

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