Fairs And Festivals

AP PHOTOS: Hong Kong village holds once-a-decade festival

Dec 25, 2017

AP PHOTOS: Far from Hong Kong's hustle and bustle and towering skyscrapers, villagers hold one of the southern Chinese city's rare and colorful local festivals

From Malta to Minneapolis, a look at where to go in 2018

Dec 19, 2017

Where to go in 2018: Destinations that will be getting attention in the new year from Malta to Pyeongchang to New Orleans

Sword-swallower who once ran museum called Freakatorium dies

Dec 19, 2017

Johnny Fox, a sword-swallowing magician who presented his quirky art form to enthusiastic audiences around the world, has died

Prosecutors become treasure hunters in repatriation campaign

Dec 17, 2017

Prosecutors in New York City have been on an aggressive campaign to seize ancient artworks and objects they believe were looted from their home countries

The Latest: Ravinia Festival cuts ties with James Levine

Dec 5, 2017

The Ravinia Festival has cut all ties with famed conductor James Levine amid allegations of sexual misconduct that prompted the Metropolitan Opera to suspend him

With Russian sports under a cloud, Putin vows warm welcome

Dec 1, 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin opened the World Cup draw ceremony and promised "a great festival" at next year's tournament

AP PHOTOS: Celebrating Azorean culture in southern Brazil

Dec 1, 2017

AP PHOTOS: Traditions of the Azores island chain are kept alive in southern Brazil at an annual festival of dancing and old crafts, such as making lace and pottery

A record number of visitors attend Venice Biennale art show

Nov 26, 2017

A record number of visitors attended the 57th edition of the Venice Biennale contemporary art show, whose main exhibition was curated by the Pompidou Center's Christine Macel

Shoes, bags, even dentures lost at Burning Man await owners

Nov 24, 2017

Those who oversee the lost-and-found from the Burning Man counterculture festival are hard at work reuniting owners with thousands of belongings

Russian dancer challenges centuries of ballet tradition

Nov 23, 2017

Diana Vishneva, an acclaimed dancer with a career on both sides of the Atlantic, is promoting contemporary dance in Russia with her annual festival which departs from the stiff academic tradition of Russian classical ballet

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