When music fans step into the polo fields of Coachella Music and Arts Festival, this weekend they’ll be confronted by larger-than-life figures: two 30-foot tall sculptures made out of wood that honor members of the region’s Mexican farmworker community who can’t afford the event.
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Geek Picnic, the largest pop-science, tech, and arts festival in Eastern Europe, opened its gates to the Israeli public on Monday, molding science, fantasy, and entertainment together for the first time outside Europe.
Music festivals are increasingly becoming a popular platform to promoting tourism while being a major pull for music lovers and tourists in the country in a report by Irene Susan Eapen.
The normal buildup to an Olympic Games follows a predictable pattern, best summarized as.
St Patrick’s Festival and 1916 centenary celebrations are being credited with helping to create the best every first quarter for Irish tourism.
On my train ride down to Washington, D.C., to attend PCMA’s Visionary Awards dinner last week, I took a look at Amtrak’s Arrive magazine — and read two articles that add interesting dimensions to two of our own recent online stories.
From Yukon to Labrador, plans are underway to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with a special aviation show for communities across the North.
Lately, I’m loving Slack. Slack is a communication app for teams. Anyone can create a channel and invite team members to different groups within that channel. It’s essentially social media for productivity, although as its name suggests, it’s a great tool for goofing off with colleagues, too.
The European Wildlife Disease Association seeks to provide a forum for the exchange of information on wildlife diseases and their management.
Baselworld brings together the world’s biggest watch and jewellery makers in a celebration of luxury, in the Swiss town of Basel. Naturally there’s a heavy leaning towards the traditions of the Swiss Watch industry, but there’s a growing sense of smart technology too.