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23 Jul 2014
The exhibition is taking place in the US.
The Portland Museum of Art in Oregon is currently presenting an exhibition on the artist Richard Estes, which will be in place until Se...
Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield welcomes sculpture
A new work of art has been introduced to Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. A sculpture stretching up four metres in height called...
22 Jul 2014
Musee d'Orsay plans decorative arts show
Italian decorative arts from the early 20th century are set to be the focus of an upcoming show at Paris's Musee d'Orsay.'D...
The Washington Monument, close to which the museum is being built.
One US tourist attraction that isn't around yet, but will be in the not too distant future, is The Smithsonian's National Museu...
Gatwick predicts 5.7 million passengers during the summer holidays
During the summer holiday period, Gatwick Airport predicts that it is set to handle over 5.7 million passengers.This coming Friday, Jul...
18 Jul 2014
Scottish flag at full mast.
Edinburgh airport handled more than 10 million passengers during the period between June last year and June 2014, becoming the first ai...
Flybe revamps in-air food offering
Recently, airline Flybe asked customers about sky-set dining, and it has now used that research to shape a new in-flight menu.Just days...
10 Jul 2014
Dubai passes New York as top 10 travel spot
Dubai has recently overtaken New York in the ranks of the world’s top 10 destinations, according to a study from Mastercard.The i...
2 Jul 2014
Angus & Julia Stone plan Sydney Opera House gig
Angus & Julia Stone are set to perform at the Sydney Opera House this September, it has been announced.The pair's debut at the ...
1 Jul 2014
Half of people are 'city break culture crammers'
Nearly half of people culture-cram when they head away for a city break, doing more cultural activities on such trips than when they...