This Monument news page includes news headlines, summaries, and article citations about monuments from diverse, English-language news sources around the world.
News articles are ordered by publication date, with the newest article listed first and the oldest article listed last.
- Climate change 'could expose more ancient monuments and ruins'
A prehistoric forest, a 150-year-old shipwreck and monuments
have all been uncovered.
BBC News. Tuesday, 20 Aug 2019.
- Jeremy Deller Peterloo monument unveiled amid disability row
Peterloo Memorial unveiled amid ongoing objections over disability access.
BBC News. Wednesday, 14 Aug 2019.
- Woodstock at 50: A return to "ground zero for peace and love"
In the summer of 1969 a festival promising "three days of peace and music" was announced in upstate New York. Four hundred thousand people showed up at what would become a monumental human event. ...
CBS News. Friday, 9 Aug 2019.
- Multi-million pound Holocaust memorial outside Parliament is set to be rejected amid complaints
The proposals include a monument
and education centre in Victoria Tower Gardens which sits next to the Palace of Westminster in London.
Daily Mail. Friday, 9 Aug 2019.
- Bill Flanagan on Woodstock: Sign of the times
The monumental music festival held 50 years ago, attended by 400,000 people, wasn't a summation of the counterculture movement in the 1960s, but rather a harbinger of '70s commercialism
CBS News. Sunday, 4 Aug 2019.
- New Markers in Atlanta Aim to Put Confederate Monuments in Context
The city is installing the historical markers next to four of its most prominent Confederate memorials
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 31 Jul 2019.
- Paws Aboard -- Riverboat Cruise for Dogs
Boat cruises on the Potomac River in the Washington, D.C. area are a popular way to see famous monuments
and other landmarks. But a special cruise gives dogs a chance to relax on a scenic trip with their owners. ...
Voice of America. Wednesday, 31 Jul 2019.
- Monumental Basketball Connects Washington NBA, WNBA, G League, And NBA 2K League Teams For The Information Age
Ted Leonsis's strategy for a "brain trust" to lead Monumental Basketball is born of the Information Age.
Forbes. Monday, 29 Jul 2019.
- The Washington Monument Will Reopen in August
The discovery of contaminated soil pushed the timeline back for repairs
Smithsonian. Monday, 29 Jul 2019.
- South Carolina city restores fallen officer 'Lord' memorial -- but one thing is upsetting residents
Tega Cay, S.C. city officials scrubbed references to "Lord" on a fallen police officers memorial -- then they removed the monument
altogether -- after a resident complained.
Fox News. Monday, 29 Jul 2019.
- Utah activists, tribes slam government's off-roading approval at Bears Ears monument
"It's like seeing that your grandmother's house has been robbed."
Fox News. Saturday, 27 Jul 2019.
- Moon landing projected onto Washington Monument for Apollo 11 anniversary
The nation's capital celebrated the moon landing anniversary in the most patriotic way possible: by projecting it onto the Washington Monument.
ABC News. Sunday, 21 Jul 2019.
- Washington Monument is transformed into stunning tribute to Apollo 11 moon landing
Crowds packed the National Mall to watch the 17-minute show, which was projected three times each on Friday and Saturday, marking the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 21 Jul 2019.
- Grand Junction Welcomes Newest Tru by Hilton Location
The unique hotel experience is situated in the heart of Historic Downtown Grand Junction, Colorado near the Colorado National Monument, Grand Mesa, and Palisade Wineries. ...
Hsyndicate. Tuesday, 9 Jul 2019.
- When Everybody Wants A Piece Of 'God's Country'
The Trump administration plans to open up parts of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
to more mining and grazing. It's become a flash point in the grab for public lands.
NPR. Monday, 8 Jul 2019.
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