University students march through Kim Il Sung Square in downtown Pyongyang, North Korea, on Friday. Tens of thousands of North Koreans turned out for the mass rally at the main square in Pyongyang in support of leader Kim Jong Un's call to arms.
Credit Jon Chol Jin / AP
South Korean soldiers patrol along a barbed-wire fence near the border village of Panmunjom on Wednesday.
On Monday, thousands of children will descend on the White House lawn for the annual Easter Egg Roll. They'll walk away with keepsakes: painted wooden Easter eggs made at a small mill in rural Maine.
Drive through Buckfield, home to about 2,000 people in inland western Maine, and you'll see the markers of a typical small town: a library, a general store and a closed business — in this case, a shuttered theater.
Scottie Wilbekin, No. 5 of the Florida Gators, passes the ball out between Sherwood Brown (No. 25) and Chase Fieler (No. 20) of the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles on Friday in the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Texas.
Students playing the roles of Roman soldiers lead a man playing the role of Jesus during a re-enactment of the Stations of the Cross at the Sanctuary of Chimayo in New Mexico on Thursday.
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The Rev. Julio Gonzalez leads Easter Mass at El Santuario de Chimayo in 2007. Thousands of visitors make a pilgrimage to visit the small chapel annually every Easter weekend. Many people believe that the dirt inside the chapel has healing powers.
Driving in northern New Mexico requires special caution on Good Friday. Tens of thousands of people — some walking all night — are converging on the village of Chimayo to pray inside a 200-year-old chapel before a carved wooden image of Jesus.
As it does every year, the highway department has put out portable toilets, orange barriers, and signs warning motorists of "Santuario walkers."
Shane Pruitt, Freddie Vanderford, Brandon Turner and Matthew Knights are four well-known figures in the blues, roots, and rock music scene of the SC Upstate for the past few years, and they have now united to form a quartet of some smokin' hot blues, Mill Billy Blues. They've got a new release out, and we'll hear 'em live before they play with the Sparkletones at The Chapman Cultural Center on Saturday.
Erin McKeown returns to WNCW before shows in Asheville and Knoxville this weekend. In addition to her great release Manifestra (her 7th), McKeown has been busy working with various music and other organizations such as the Berkman Center For Internet & Society at Harvard University (she's a fellow there), the Future of Music Coalition (she's a boardmember), and the Media Action Grassroots Network. Lots to talk about with Erin this Friday, tune in!