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A good man: Exhibits honor 'Peanuts' creator Schulz on 100th

New exhibits at museums in Ohio and California are celebrating the upcoming centenary of the birth of Charles “Sparky” Schulz, the man who created the comic strip Peanuts

27/05/2022

Surfer helps families honor loved ones with 'one last wave'

Rhode Island surfer Dan Fischer created the One Last Wave Project to use the healing power of the ocean to help families coping with a loss

27/05/2022

Japan's landmark capsules coming down to sit in museums

Nakagin Capsule Tower, a building tucked away in a corner of downtown Tokyo that is made up of boxes stacked on top of each other, is an avant-garde honeycomb of science-fiction-era housing long admired as a masterpiece

27/05/2022

Dame Deborah James: New fashion line to raise more donations for cancer research

Sharing the announcement of the collection on Instagram, the 40-year-old revealed 100% of the profits would go to charity.

27/05/2022

Protein drinks before meals help diabetics’ blood sugar levels, study finds

The test showed that glucose levels were much better controlled when taking the whey supplement before meals.

27/05/2022

Humza Yousaf unveils ‘life-changing’ MRI scanner at Beatson Cancer Centre

The Health Secretary said the technology, which provides more precise treatment, would help thousands of cancer patients in Scotland.

26/05/2022

Yachtswoman Pip Hare unveils latest solo round-the-world race bid

British sailor Pip Hare has unveiled her bid to compete in the Vendee Globe solo round-the-world race for a second time and said she hopes she can be “more competitive”. The 48-year-old caught the public’s imagination when she completed the 2020/21…

26/05/2022

V&A to stage first UK exhibition on fashion designer Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel

The retrospective will feature more than 180 looks alongside jewellery, accessories, cosmetics and perfumes.

26/05/2022

Retrospective of ‘genius’ artist John Patrick Byrne opens in Glasgow

The exhibition, at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, is the first into the Paisley-born artist’s work for two decades.

26/05/2022

‘Systemic greenwash’: Scientists call on UN to ditch sustainability goals

Exclusive: The letter was released as the United Nations begins a summit on disaster risks in Bali, Indonesia on Monday

26/05/2022

Native students exercise right to wear regalia at graduation

Native American students in southern Utah donned beaded caps and eagle feathers at high school graduations this week, months after the state passed a law enshrining their right to wear tribal regalia at the ceremonies

26/05/2022

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