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WHY Music: Piano & the Crypt -- Transforming the Energy of Space

Frank Fitzpatrick | Posted 07.31.2014 | Impact
Frank Fitzpatrick

The word spiritual comes from the Latin root, spiritus, which means, "to breathe life into." In that moment, however, the great halls of one of the world's most famous churches felt anything but spiritual.

Painting Found In Cupboard Revealed To Be $400K Masterpiece

Reuters | Posted 11.03.2013 | Arts

By Marie-Louise Gumuchian LONDON, Sept 3 (Reuters) - A small painting bought at an auction and kept in a cupboard for years, has been ...

The Expat Recovery Room

Mike Dunphy | Posted 12.10.2012 | Travel
Mike Dunphy

Lying on a humidity-soaked bed near Galata Tower, hacking up the contents of my lungs grown by the ever-spreading ceiling mold and picking at a red line of bedbug bites on my ankles and wrists with a curved Uzbek knife, I finally resolved to change direction.

LOOK: Man Transforms Bus Into Two Bedroom Home

The Huffington Post | Tara Kelly | Posted 06.29.2012 | Business

For many aspiring first-time buyers, home ownership is becoming a distant dream in the United States and abroad. While house prices have fallen in...

UK reports: Pope Benedict XVI to visit Britain

AP | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Pope Benedict XVI will next year make the first visit to Britain by a pontiff in decades, British media reported Wednesday.

Reporters traveling to New York with Prime Minister Gordon Brown reported news of the planned visit, but Brown's Downing Street office refused to officially confirm it.

Archbishop Vincent Nichols, head of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, said he was encouraged and pleased by reports of the pope's visit. He said the British government had invited the pope on several occasions, but that any official confirmation would have to come from the Vatican.

"We are glad the Holy Father is giving such consideration to the invitations he has received from Her Majesty's government, which accord closely to the wishes and requests also expressed by the bishops of England and Wales," Nichols said in a statement. "The prospect of a visit by Pope Benedict fills us with joy."

Three British newspapers and the Sky News and BBC broadcasters all cited unidentified sources in reporting the planned visit.

Video: Bell of Hope rings on 8th anniversary of 9/11

NewYorkology | NewYorkology | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

The Bell of Hope was rung at St. Paul's Chapel today at 8:46 a.m., marking the moment eight years ago when the first plane hit the World T...