Hulme Concrete Jungle, Manchester. “The Crescents”, 1979. Also known as the 'Streets in the Sky', the Crescents, Hulme, Manchester, UK, were built 1972 and demolished 1991. http://manchesterhistory.net/manchester/gone/crescents.html
I was amused to read a new poll on how the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) would vote if it had the right to vote on US Election Day, November 8. The poll, conducted by the Saudi daily Arab News and British pollster YouGov found that nearly half the respondents would abstain. Forty-sev
Ebola Outbreak: Nigerian Government Prepares Against… http://abdulkuku.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/ebola-outbreak-nigerian-government.htmlThe system of racial segregation in South Africa known as apartheid was implemented and enforced by a large number of acts and other laws. This legislation served to institutionalise racial discrimination and the dominance by white people over people of other races. Apartheid legislation - Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartheid_legislation
Out of this world, quite literally: The beautiful and mysterious Fukang meteorite
Maddie~This is another example of Bridget Riley's work. Bridget Riley is an English painter. She is one of the most know person in op art. She was born in London in 1931, She was a teacher for a short time, and worked in a glass shop.