It's amazing the things people leave behind at Frankfurt Airport: luggage, baby carriages, mobile phones, umbrellas. Once a month unclaimed objects are auctioned off - it's a paradise for bargain hunters.
The auction house described Winston Churchill’s half-smoked cigar as a "truly delightful relic of history." Who would bother saving a stinky cigar?
The TEFAF in Maastricht is a pilgrimage site for wealthy art lovers from all over the world. Will this year's fair be as successful as previous years?
Iranian authorities have confiscated the passport of an Iranian artist, barring him from traveling to London for a book launch. The authorities did not provide a reason for why he was prevented from leaving Iran.
If one flower has become synonymous with Valentine's Day, it's the rose. The fragrant blooms are everywhere, from 24-hour gas stations to fancy florists. But their pervasiveness begs a question: How green is my red rose?
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