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Archaeologists Dig Up A Famous Farmers Field In Bethel, N.Y.

Archaeologists from New York’s Binghamton University recently excavated the site of the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival in hopes of mapping out where exactly some of the infamous events of Woodstock went down. Over 400,000 people attended the original Woodstock music

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Fourth Time The Charm For Château Laurier Expansion Plans?

The architects behind a much-maligned makeover to Ottawa’s Château Laurier are hoping they finally have it right, and can win over critics of its modernist addition to the historic hotel. The latest version of their design, the fourth, was released

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Michelangelo’s Tuscan Villa Is Still For Sale

Looking for a place to settle down? Love Tuscany? The Tuscan villa of legendary sculptor, architect, and Sistine Chapel painter Michelangelo is currently on the market. Michelangelo was in his early seventies when he purchased the property and its surrounding

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Human Rights Advocate Viola Desmond Will Grace Canada’s New 10 Dollar Bill

Viola Desmond will be the first Canadian woman to grace the front of a banknote. Nine years before Rosa Parks refused to give her seat on a bus to a white passenger in Alabama, Viola Desmond exhibited a similar act

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