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dailymail.co.uk - Sex Pistols' God Save The Queen single cover is on display at Buck Pal
Sex Pistols' God Save The Queen single cover is on display at Buck Pal
Mail Online

On June 7, 1977, a million people crowded into The Mall to watch Elizabeth II and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh set off in the State Coach to travel through central London. The beloved Queen and Philip were going to St Paul's Cathedral for a…

newyorker.com - Vinson Cunningham - The Chilling Truth Pictured in 'Here There Are Blueberries'
The Chilling Truth Pictured in 'Here There Are Blueberries'
The New Yorker

There's something awful about a lost picture. Maybe it's because of a disparity between your original hope and the result: you made the photograph because you intended to keep it, and now that intention—artistic, memorial…

theguardian.com - Rachael Healy - Fewer than one in 10 arts workers in UK have working-class roots
Fewer than one in 10 arts workers in UK have working-class roots
The Guardian

Six in 10 of all arts and culture workers in the UK now come from middle-class backgrounds, compared with just over 42% of the wider workforce, according to new research. And while 23% of the UK workforce is from a working-class background…

indianexpress.com - Bijin Jose - 'We are committed to enabling Indian startups': AWS's Pandurang Nayak on generative AI and the future
'We are committed to enabling Indian startups': AWS's Pandurang Nayak on generative AI and the future
The Indian Express

Nayak began the conversation by explaining what it means to head the startup solutions architects team at AWS. The executive said that the solutions architect team works with startups of all sizes, from those just starting with an idea to…

thescottishsun.co.uk - Jamie Harris - I tested the new Pixel 8a - why it's Google's best budget phone yet
I tested the new Pixel 8a - why it's Google's best budget phone yet
The Scottish Sun

GOOGLE'S Pixel phone range has been going for well over ten years now and the company is continuing to make a budget version too. The Pixel 8a packs a load of top notch AI features seen in the main Pixel phones, blurring the lines between them even…

mirror.co.uk - Benedict Tetzlaff-Deas - Northern Lights set to return as top stargazing spot in UK named - full list
Northern Lights set to return as top stargazing spot in UK named - full list
The Mirror

Britain's top stargazing spot has been revealed as scientists said the Northern Lights could return to the UK soon. People across the country spoke of their delight last weekend as the. While tours to see the aurora borealis in Iceland can cost…

taipeitimes.com - 台北時報 - Thai dive instructors fear for coral's future and their livelihoods
Thai dive instructors fear for coral's future and their livelihoods
Taipei Times

Jakkapat Yodnil calls out to visitors at a diving expo in Bangkok, eager to share details of his shop's expeditions to the azure waters around the Thai island of Koh Tao. Yet behind the friendly sales pitch, the 25-year-old fears that bleaching…

nytimes.com - Nicolas Rapold - At Cannes, Indian Filmmakers Show There Is More Than Just Bollywood
At Cannes, Indian Filmmakers Show There Is More Than Just Bollywood
The New York Times

For the first time in 30 years at the Cannes Film Festival, an Indian film will compete for the Palme d'Or in the main competition, alongside new movies from Francis Ford Coppola, Yorgos Lanthimos and Andrea Arnold. The dry spell might come as a…

timesleader.com - Rockin' in the rain
Rockin' in the rain
Times Leader

A light drizzle of rain didn't stop the region's Rusted Root fans from coming out to the Fine Arts Fiesta on Saturday night. Michael Glabicki and the Rusted Root Uprooted Trio took the main stage in front of a number of fans who saw the band's…

theguardian.com - Gabrielle Schwarz - Protesters, pop stars and pioneers: 38 images that changed the way we see women (for better and for worse)
Protesters, pop stars and pioneers: 38 images that changed the way we see women (for better and for worse)
The Guardian

The idea for the Pissing Women series came to artist Sophy Rickett at Glastonbury festival in 1994. “For some reason, I was struck by the disparity in how men and women piss,” she later recalled. “Men seem so carefree; they do…

dezeen.com - Vertical Farm Beijing greenhouse is a 'beacon in the city'
Vertical Farm Beijing greenhouse is a 'beacon in the city'
Dezeen

Dutch practice Van Bergen Kolpa Architecten has completed Vertical Farm Beijing, an innovation centre for urban fruit and vegetable production housed in a faceted greenhouse. Created for horticultural company AgriGarden and the Chinese Academy of…

gobankingrates.com - Lily Hansen - How To Make More Money and Maximize Your Time Using AI
How To Make More Money and Maximize Your Time Using AI
GOBankingRates

Since the explosion of AI in 2022, a proverbial Pandora's Box has been opened. While many professionals have shut their eyes, pretending this revolutionary technology will go away, many have gone the opposite direction by jumping on the early…

gobankingrates.com - Sean Fisher, AI Editor - How To Generate Passive Income With Just $100
How To Generate Passive Income With Just $100
GOBankingRates

Creating passive income with only $100 might seem silly, but it's entirely feasible with the right approach and a bit of creativity. Whether you're looking to build a small side income or lay the foundation for a more substantial investment…

theepochtimes.com - Aurora Chaser in Tasmania Wakes at 3am to see Largest Southern Lights in 20 years-Gets Photos
Aurora Chaser in Tasmania Wakes at 3am to see Largest Southern Lights in 20 years-Gets Photos
The Epoch Times

The stars were still twinkling, like infinite pinholes piercing the clear predawn sky, when Luke Tscharke's phone jolted him awake at 3 a.m., prodding him to fuel his addiction. A serial southern lights photographer, Mr. Tscharke, 42, is wired in…

zerohedge.com - US State Department Issues 'Worldwide Caution' Alert For Americans
US State Department Issues 'Worldwide Caution' Alert For Americans
Zero Hedge

Authored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), The U.S. Department of State on Friday issued a “worldwide caution” alert for U.S. citizens to remain alert for possible terrorist attacks or other violent actions against…

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