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Classical music from New York's cemeteries and catacombs on the rise

The reports of classical music's death have been greatly exaggerated. In New York, a concert series held in the city's cemeteries and catacombs is waking up new audiences.


Paris Fashion Week highlights: Vibrant colours, extravagance and sustainability

Apart from the message of sustainability, Paris Fashion Week also focused on bright, exuberant colours and eccentric designs.


'The Angry Birds Movie 2': Formulaic flock of fun

A flock of feathery but formulaic fun, 'The Angry Birds Movie 2' doesn't even pretend to be based on the video game anymore.


Obit: Why Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison was so important

Toni Morrison, the first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, has died following a brief illness.


Hal Prince, Broadway director of 'Evita' and 'West Side Story', dies at 91

Hal Prince, who racked up more than 20 Tony Awards over a legendary 50-year Broadway career, died Wednesday after a brief illness in Iceland, his publicist said. He was 91.


Athletics: Tentative U.S. team for world championships

DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuters) - The tentative U.S. team for the September 28-October 6 world athletics championships in Doha based on performances at the U.S. championships that concluded on Sunday. (WC indicates reigning world champion with a bye to the world meeting):


Felix advances in first race in 13 months on time qualifier

DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuters) - A humble Allyson Felix returned to racing for the first time in 13 months on Thursday and made the semi-finals of the 400 metres on a time qualifier at the U.S. national championships.

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Special mural highlights Kuching jazz festival

KUCHING: Local mural artist Leonard Siaw has completed his latest work, which commemorates the upcoming Kuching Waterfront Jazz Festival.


The world's No.1 Scrabble player is Malaysian Ganesh Asirvatham

The world's No.1 Scrabble player, Ganesh Asirvatham, says that competitive Scrabble is not for the faint of heart. "The words that we use and the choices that we make are driven by sheer memorisation and the ability to make rapid-fire mathematical and statistical calculations on the go," he says.


Free birds: Bald eagles stir US patriotism as webcam stars

On the brink of extinction a half-century ago, the bald eagle is thriving in the Internet age, fascinating a devoted corps of Americans who regularly monitor the majestic birds of prey via web-cams set up at more than a dozen nests in the wild.