In times of crisis, the Bible brings comfort and clarity to millions around the world. As we face the difficulties and uncertainties of a global pandemic, Scripture is a reminder of past trials and future hope. Yet many readers use the biblical text as a kind of crystal ball that offers encryp
Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler will sell fake works of art to unsuspecting players, but some forgeries are much easier to spot than others.
Jolly Redd’s Treasure Trawler is full of wonderful finds in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but this shady art and furniture dealer is known for sel
Sculpture based on the poem The Gleaner of Sapri was unveiled by former PM Giuseppe Conte on SaturdayLast modified on Mon 27 Sep 2021 14.18 EDTA statue depicting a scantily dressed woman from a 19th-century poem has sparked a sexism row in Italy.The bronze statue, which portrays the woman in a tr
Chinese officials are wincing at the hefty $20 million cost of moving a 190-foot-tall bronze statue.
An order was issued in December 2020 to relocate the colossal monument of Chinese warrior-god Guan Yu.
It cost close to $26 million to build, but the Chinese government later said i
GEORGE Michael’s headstone has finally been revealed — alongside those of the singer’s beloved mum and sister.
The simple rectangular marble slab has now been marked to allow his fans to visit his final resting place.
The Wham! hit-maker’s headstone is inscribed with his re
Tickets to the public memorial for Young Dolph sold out 90 minutes after becoming available, according to a spokesperson for the rapper and philanthropist.
The 'Celebration of Life' for Young Dolph, whose real name is Adolph Thornton Jr., is set for Thursday at the FedExForum. Free ti
Tippet Rise Art Center, which celebrates the union of music, art, and nature, today announced the highlights of its 2022 season and the installation of four new sculptures on its 12,000-acre working ranch.
Tippet Rise's seventh concert season will open on August 26 and run through Septem
Virginia conservators unpack a box left in the pedestal at the former site of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, in Richmond, Va., on Tuesday. Sarah Rankin/AP
In mid-November, Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with his British counterpart, Boris Johnson, in London.
At the top of his agenda was a Greek demand that's been made for centuries. He asked that the so-called Parthenon Marbles — a series of sculptures that were once par
“The Voyage of the Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand of Spain from Barcelona to Genoa in April 1633, with Neptune Calming the Tempest (“Quos Ego”)” (1635), by Peter Paul Rubens. Oil on panel. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum. Image: © President and Fellows of Harvard College, 1942