"Inside the Mind of Leonardo" reveals little-known facts about da Vinci's life When da Vinci died in 1519, he left behind more than 6,000 journal pages filled with his personal musings, grocery lists and bawdy jokes.
UK women may be allowed to serve in army combat units Women already serve as fighter pilots, sailors and submariners but not in the infantry and armored corps.
Pigments in Vincent van Gogh's paintings "at risk of disappearing" Scientists studying the colour blue irises in one of Van Gogh's later paintings have found that the flowers were actually once purple.
George R.R. Martin: Sony “coward” for cancelling “The Interview” He adds that his own independent theater in Santa Fe, the Jean Cocteau Cinema, would have been more than happy to screen "The Interview."