Arts & Life

3:00pm

Sun January 9, 2011
Religion

King James Bible Borrowed From Earlier Translation

English-speaking Christians were handed the King James Bible 400 years ago. But much of it was copied from a translation made 50 years earlier by William Tyndale. Rev. Paul Cross, who teaches at the Master's Institute in St. Paul, Minn., discusses Tyndale's mission to democratize the Bible.

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12:01am

Thu December 30, 2010
The Picture Show

A Surgically Implanted Camera And More At New Arab Art Museum

Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 10:36 am

The tiny Persian Gulf nation of Qatar is often overshadowed by its neighbors. But the country is gaining its own reputation -- as a player in the art world.

Qatar is on an ambitious construction schedule to build some half-dozen museums by 2016. The newest of these is the Mathaf, the Arab Museum of Modern Art. And unlike the Guggenheim in Dubai or the Louvre in Abu Dhabi, the Mathaf is not a branch of a Western museum.

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6:58am

Tue December 28, 2010
Technology

Apple Put Cherokee Language On iPhone

Members of the Cherokee tribe have worked with Apple to develop Cherokee language software for the iPhone, iPod and soon the iPad.

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12:00am

Thu September 27, 2007
Profile

Colorado Profiles: Eric Cornell

Editor's Note: This article was originally published on an earlier version of KUNC.org on 2007-09-27.

Each month during 2007 - the KUNC newsroom is profiling notable Coloradans who embody the unique spirit of our state. University of Colorado Physicist and Nobel Laureate Eric Cornell has experienced life's extremes. As KUNC's Brian Larson reports - Cornell's can do attitude and positive outlook - may outweigh his triumphs in the laboratory.

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