Iconic LOVE Sculpture to be Temporarily Removed for Conservation

The City of Philadelphia’s Public Art Program will manage the removal and restoration of the iconic artist Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture (1976) before it is returned to its permanent home on John F. Kennedy Plaza, also affectionately known by Philadelphians as LOVE
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Heart-Breaking Story Won The Palme d’Or In Cannes

65-th Cannes film festival brought to an end a 12-day blur of screenings, photo shoots, parties and deal making. Austrian director Michael Haneke has picked up the top prize for the second time as "Love" (Amour) was named winner of the Palme d'Or. His "The White (more...)

Why Do Americans Cheat?

March 8 - International Women's Day - is a time when people’s thoughts turn to romance, flowers, candle-lit dinners... But what about cheating? Eric Anderson, a sociologist at the University of Winchester, the author of “The Monogamy Gap: Men, Love, and the Reality of Cheating" published the article after interviewed  (more...)

Valentine’s Day in the US

By Mary-Katherine Ream Staff Writer A current of excited energy collects in the air as hands clutching bouquets of red roses and pink greeting cards rush by. It’s February 14th, Valentine’s Day in the United States, a day devoted to love. Americans celebrate the holiday in a variety of ways, though (more...)


This is probably the most “beautiful” date of all the “beautiful” dates of 2000s: a laconic elegance of six 1s: 11.11.11. Numerologists believe, that this day would be a special one, as the magic of so many 1s would cast luck in love and money on just everybody! But even if (more...)

One Of The Most Famous Men In America

Of the five million Russians living in America, Frish , is one of the best known personalities. Described as the Merv Griffin of Russian-American entertainment, the versatile Frish is a well regarded TV and radio host and a singer, too—in multiple languages. His TV chat shows, featuring many Americans, from the late (more...)