Keeping Rhythm and Hanging It in a Gallery

Drummers from bands like Guns N Roses and the Red Hot Chili Peppers are using new technology to turn their performances into visual art. All it takes is a few open-shutter cameras, some colorful lights and a killer beat. Duterte, Citing Unbearable Back Pain, Cuts Japan Trip Short. A spokesman for the Philippine president said he was still suffering after falling from a motorcycle last week. Sir Philip Green's Miss Selfridge slumps to 17.5m loss as sales plummet. Sales fell by more than 15 per cent to 102million in the year to September 2018 while pre-tax losses quadrupled from 4.3million in 2017.

The Week in Arts Alicia Keys, Mark Morris and an Expanded MoMA. The singer headlines Tidals benefit concert in Brooklyn; and the Museum of Modern Art debuts its larger, more diverse collection. 1969 Student Protesters Paralyze Tokyo in Anti-War Demonstrations. Nearly 800 rallies were held in the capital and across Japan to demand the repeal of a security treaty with the U.S. and the immediate return of Okinawa. For Some Horror Writers, Nothing Is Scarier Than a Changing Planet. While literary fiction often sidesteps the climate crisis, eco-horror is filling the breach. Knives on Britain's streets at highest level for nearly a DECADE. Figures from the Ministry of Justice show in the12 months to the end of June, 22,306 offences were formally dealt with by the courts in England and Wales,up from 21,314 on the same period last year. Will Arctic chill dampen Valentine's Day heat? Retailers usually expect a nearly $20 billion bonanza on a Valentine's Day weekend -- but with an Arctic chill forecast for parts of the United States, will paramours be able to keep alive the retail heat? Mana Rabiee reports.

How to Break Out of the Childrens Menu Trap. A new book on childrens food offers suggestions on how to encourage healthful eating. France 2-0 Bolivia Thomas Lemar and Antoine Griezmann strike to earn comfortable friendly win. France secured a comfortable friendly win over Bolivia thanks to first-half goals from Thomas Lemar and Antoine Griezmann. They now face two Euro 2020 qualifying games. A Former TV Critic Puts Himself Under the Microscope. Andy Greenwald used to review TV shows for a living. Now hes making one of his own. On The Watch podcast, he plays both researcher and guinea pig. Getting started with NFC on the phone and in the home. Don't think that wireless NFC tags are just for mobile payments. You can do practically anything with them if you know how to program them with small bits of data. Some free apps make this easy and I'm already on the NFC bandwagon at home. Window or Aisle Stall? Equine Frequent Fliers Check In. In the 1930s, trains were the primary transportation for cross-country equine travel. Today horses are frequent fliers. This luxury ice cream is made from insects. After a long day under the beating South African sun, an ice cream might be a tempting treat. Major Backer of Trump and Democrats Will Plead Guilty to Illegal Donations. Imaad Zuberis plea is not related to his donations to President Trump, but if he cooperated with prosecutors, it could have ripple effects into investigations of Mr. Trumps inauguration. Boeing profit plunges. Boeing's quarterly profit plunged by more than half. As Fred Katayama reports, the planemaker is also cutting production of its flagship Dreamliner and delaying the arrival of the 777X. What to wear this weekend FEMAIL picks the best Autumn pastels to keep you warm. Dinah Van Tulleken shares her advice on embracing this season's Autumn pastels and picks out a selection of items available in UK stores and online to suit all budgets. World's biggest solar car race gets underway in Australia. More than 40 racing teams from two dozen countries left Darwin on Sunday to race across Australia to the southern city of Adelaide in the world's fastest solar powered cars. Demi Moore, Julie Andrews and Carly Simon Tell All. These three memoirs were all written by famous women but thats about all they have in common. YouTuber Friendlyjordies blasts The Masked Singer. Jordan Shanks, who goes by the username FriendlyJordies, didn't hold back in his hilarious new video about the singing competition. NASAs New Spacesuits Unveiled, for Trips to the Moon and Beyond. The agency is racing to meet President Trumps timeline for putting American astronauts on the lunar surface by 2024. Behind Closed Doors. Republicans stormed a secure room in the Capitol and signaled a new strategy on impeachment. Musician, 25, wins 20K in This is Money's fantasy share picking game. As a teenager Anthony Pepler took part in a student investor challenge that got him hooked on the stockmarket, now he has won the 20,000 in our share picking game. Two Strains of Polio Are Gone, but the End of the Disease Is Still Far Off. Only polio virus Type 1 persists, and only in Pakistan and Afghanistan. But now mutant vaccine viruses are paralyzing some unvaccinated children.
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