In late June, a wedding dress fashion contest was held in New York City. What made the contest special is that all the dresses were made out of toilet paper.
Published in “Arts”
The US Postal Service has been told to pay $3.5 million because they put a picture of the wrong Statue of Liberty on one of their postage stamps.
Christo, who is famous for creating huge works of art, has used 7,506 oil barrels to make a floating piece of art which weighs more than a million pounds.
The Korean band BTS has become the first Korean musical group to have the most popular album in the US. The group's "Love Yourself: Tear" started at number one.
A temple in Japan recently held a funeral for 114 dogs. The temple was asked to do this by a company that fixes toys. Why? The dogs are robots.
A French museum that was meant to show the works of the painter Étienne Terrus found out recently that most of their paintings were by other people.
On May 12, groups around the world will celebrate Scratch Day. This will be the tenth year of Scratch Day events, where young coders meet to share ideas and learn about Scratch.
On Wednesday, Saudi Arabia opened its first public movie theater in 35 years. The movie Black Panther was shown to invited guests. This marks a big change for the country.
At school, at work, and in your homes,
April is the month to celebrate poems.
A group of poets, called the AAP,
Reminds us to read and share poetry.