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January, 2019

  • 16 January

    Dr. Bendor’s Cat Destroys Rare Painting

    Before you get a pet, you cannot quite imagine what living with one can be like, it just doesn’t come on a silver platter; you have to keep it clean, ensure it is well fed and of course healthy. However, once you become fond of it, you cannot imagine living …

  • 16 January

    A ‘Michelangelo’ Missing From Church Days Before Its Authentication

    A 16th Century artwork that can be identified as a unique-statement-of-masterpiece has been stolen from St Ludgerus church in the small of Zele, Belgium. The painting that was long forgotten at the church, had been donated by a parishioner 16 years ago. It’s just recently when the church’s pastor Jan …

  • 4 January

    Andy Warhol’s Works at New York Academy of Art

    Romero Britto once said that “Art is too important not to share.” Art is meant to be seen by the public, to be interpreted differently, to be celebrated, to act as a source of inspiration, to inspire and to heal among many others. Different artworks have stood out in the …

December, 2018

  • 12 December

    Together for The First Time in Centuries

    We meet different people as we walk the down the path of life, some of them leave us permanently either physically or emotionally and others leave us but only temporarily. However, nothing beats the joy you feel when you meet up in life with someone you haven’t seen in a …

November, 2018

  • 24 November

    Built To Face The Flames

    Wildfire is a fire that usually starts by itself in a wild area such as a bush or forest and spreads rapidly. Such fires burn strongly and out of control and are normally very difficult to extinguish. Wildfires are classified depending on the type of vegetation that is in the …