With Warhol: Immortal Te Papa is bringing the first major Warhol exhibition in some time to New Zealand. Many of the works included in the exhibition have never been seen in this part of the world before
Glen Hansard March 13 – Auckland Town Hall “He’s the one from that movie.
THE astonishing achievement of the year,” says Ecologist Lamont Cole of Cornell, “is that people are finally aware of the size of the problem.” They can hardly avoid it. In 1970, the cause that once concerned lonely crusaders like Rachel Carson became a national issue that at times verged on a national obsession; it appealed even to people normally enraged by attacks on the status quo
Anglophilia, like pornography, is one of those things that are hard to describe but you know when you see them.
In the nearly three months since the revolution in Egypt, the popular imagination of the Arab world’s largest country has been gripped by a new obsession: how to mete justice to ex-President Hosni Mubarak and high-ranking members of his regime, including his two sons. Some Egyptians want clean, flat-out revenge, with punishments handed out and heads rolling.
Roughly three decades ago, rising Japan was a national obsession in the U.S. Business gurus like Peter Drucker were declaring Japan “the most extraordinary success story in all economic history,” and the U.S.
It’s not easy watching your own history repeat itself.
It’s not easy watching your own history repeat itself. At first, Jo–a 49-year-old mother of two from Georgia–thought she would be spared having to witness her children relive her long struggle with obesity.
Tiger is getting to know himself We might never know Tiger Woods, but he might finally be getting to know himself Everybody, not just the famous, has both a public and a private face. Those two versions of ourselves are never completely reconciled, nor would most of us want them to be. Our interior life, […]
A friend of mine, a senior leader in a pharmaceutical company, spends all her spare time doing yoga, taking classes in comparative religions, reading about spirituality, speaking with others about their beliefs. Just talking about it energizes her. NEW YORK (CNN) — A friend of mine, a senior leader in a pharmaceutical company, spends all her spare time doing yoga, taking classes in comparative religions, reading about spirituality, speaking with others about their beliefs.