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Arts Apr 29The Daily Frame
A Filipino artist applies the finishing touches on a mural for Labor Day protests in Manila on Monday. Thousands of workers and activists will march to protest the government's migrant labor policy and demand higher wages.
Arts Apr 26Conversation: Jazz Saxophonist Charles Lloyd
Saxophonist Charles Lloyd is celebrating his 75th birthday year with grand concert celebrations, and he continues to tour and record, including a new duet album with pianist Jason Moran titled "Hagar's Song."…
Arts Apr 26The Daily Frame
Iraqi dancers from a ballet and music school perform Thursday at al-Ribat Hall in Baghdad during an annual production marking the end of the school year.
Arts Apr 25Around the Nation
Here are four arts and culture videos from public broadcasting partners around the nation.
Arts Apr 25The Daily Frame
People dance during a concert Thursday at the 37th edition of Le Printemps de Bourges, a rock and pop festival in the French city of Bourges.
Politics Apr 25The George W. Bush Presidential Center
The George W. Bush Presidential Center, set to open May 1, 2013, is home to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the George W. Bush Institute and offices of the George W. Bush Foundation.
Arts Apr 24The Daily Frame
Tam Wai Ping's "Falling into Mundane World" is on display at "Mobile M+: Inflation!" in Hong Kong. The exhibition of six giant inflatable sculptures next Hong Kong's future museum for visual arts will be open to the public Thursday through…
Arts Apr 23The Daily Frame
"Human Nature" by Ugo Rondinone is unveiled Monday at Rockefeller Center in New York City. The public art installation of nine human-shaped figures, each weighing 17.5 tons, is on view through June 7.
Arts Apr 22Weekly Poem: ‘Not a Verbal Equivalent’
Dara Wier is the author of 10 collections of poetry, including "You Good Thing" (Wave Books, 2013), "Remnants of Hannah" (Wave Books, 2006) and "Reverse Rapture" (Verse Press, 2005). She is on the permanent faculty in the MFA program at…
Arts Apr 22The Daily Frame
"Redball by American artist Kurt Perschke is installed Sunday at Quai de Valmy in Paris. Perschke's RedBall Project has been exhibited in cities around the world.