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Mary Lattimore: Has Harp, Must Travel
As a child, she learned she could play her instrument almost anywhere. As an adult, her bittersweet music depends on doing exactly that.
Top film school honors Halyna Hutchins with a scholarship for female cinematographers
Candles surround a photo of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during a vigil on Oct. 23 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
1,000 Years of Joys and Sorrows by Ai Weiwei review - a life of dissent
n 1957, the year of Ai Weiwei's birth, China's leader, Chairman Mao, launched the Anti-Rightist Campaign, a purge of intellectuals whose work was deemed critical of the state.
'We've heard it could be months': Afghan refugees await UK homes
After a hellish journey involving wading through sewage to reach Kabul airport and cramming into a military plane with no seats, Farukhzad was relieved beyond belief to reach England in August.
Virginia vineyard, winery and house for sale for $6 million
Some people take up golf in retirement. Pandit and Sudha Patil took up winemaking. Now they are looking for someone to take over their vineyard and winery in Rappahannock County, Va.
U of Pittsburgh faculty votes to form union
Faculty members at the University of Pittsburgh said this week that they'd voted to form a union affiliated with the United Steelworkers.
Home Office criticised over handling of Sri Lankan scientist's asylum claim
A scientist conducting groundbreaking research into renewable energy is facing deportation with his family to Sri Lanka, where he experienced torture, after receiving contradictory information about his case from the Home Office.
Analysis | Kominers's Conundrums: All Hail the Newest 'Jeopardy' Star
Matt Amodio, a computer science doctoral student at Yale, just completed the second-longest winning streak in "Jeopardy!" history.
PSU wraps up $300 million fundraising campaign - Portland Business Journal
Portland State University announced the conclusion of its $300 million Campaign for PSU fundraising effort.
Haily Huynh, with her father's strict guidance, lands dream tennis scholarship
Nhusuong Hoang calls it the "angry face."
Her husband Tom Huynh would tense every time he watched their daughter Haily Huynh play in a tennis tournament. If she lost, he'd go silent with anger.