Recreation And Leisure

Optimism in Iraq fuels revived interest in classic cars

Jan 17, 2018

Promise of better days after Iraq's victory against Islamic State group fuels interest in classic cars

7 dead as Myanmar police open fire to disperse protesters

Jan 17, 2018

Myanmar police open fire at hundreds of protesters angry about a ban on a local festival, killing seven people

AP Photos: Bulls pampered a year fight for a day in Nepal

Jan 17, 2018

AP Photos: Bulls pampered for a year to be ready to fight for a day in a tradition some worry may wane as Nepal's villages lose their young men to jobs in cities and overseas

Illinois man awarded Carnegie Medal for thwarting attack

Jan 16, 2018

A central Illinois man has been awarded the Carnegie Medal for thwarting an attack by a knife-wielding man at a chess club session for children

World War I painting on loan from UK coming to Kansas City

Jan 16, 2018

The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City is preparing to display a John Singer Sargent painting depicting British soldiers blinded by a gas attack on the Western Front

Prize winner Matt de la Pena has new book coming in October

Jan 16, 2018

Prize-winning children's author Matt de la Pena has a new picture book planned for the fall that his publisher is calling "poignant and timely."

Hebrew grammar book from 16th century returns to Prague

Jan 16, 2018

A 16th century book that belonged to Prague's Jewish community before World War II and was considered lost before it surfaced at a New York City auction has returned to the Czech Republic

San Francisco's Chinatown: Night scenes from Grant Avenue

Jan 16, 2018

With Lunar New Year approaching, take a nighttime stroll on San Francisco's historic Grant Avenue in Chinatown

Column: A World Cup fix & flaws in referee integrity checks

Jan 16, 2018

FIFA ordered a World Cup qualifier to be replayed after establishing goals were scored as a result of crooked refereeing

Correction: Ireland Museum-Frederick Douglass story

Jan 16, 2018

A Connecticut museum dedicated to Irish history is launching an exhibition focusing on the time Frederick Douglass spent in the country in the 1840s

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