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Oct 20, 2015 03:18 PM ET // Laine Bergeson
Coloring is not just for kindergarteners anymore. The practice has many benefits for adults. Here's what's behind the boom in adult color. Continue reading →
Oct 9, 2015 12:56 PM ET
What separates the singers we love to hear from those we wish would just stop? How far do hard work and practice get people whose urge is to warble? Can you practice your way to being Pavarotti? DNews examines the science behind singing.
May 12, 2015 09:45 AM ET // AFP
Pablo Picasso oil painting, 'The Women of Algiers (Version 0),' sold for $179,365,000 after 11 and a half minutes of furious bidding.
Apr 30, 2015 11:59 AM ET
An artist climbed to the top of the tallest mountain in England, and removed its highest peak. He then displayed the rock in a London art Gallery, but is it art?
Mar 16, 2015 09:23 AM ET
The Shipibo Indians, of Peru, perform a ritual that connects them more closely to shapes and patterns that later manifest in their work: the consumption of ayahuasca, a powerful plant hallucinogen.
Mar 11, 2015 02:00 PM ET // Jennifer Viegas
Some 80,000 years before our species arrived in Europe, Neanderthals there were making eye-catching jewelry.
Dec 3, 2014 01:00 PM ET // Jennifer Viegas
The find is the earliest known art and it could have profound implications for the evolution of both our species and that of another human.
Nov 24, 2014 02:00 PM ET // Jennifer Viegas
Dried whiskey looks like fine art when magnified thanks to its chemical composition and a cool aspect of fluid dynamics known as the Marangoni Effect. Continue reading →
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