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Tio's Tacos Sculpture Garden

In the heart of downtown Riverside, Martin Sanchez has built a shrine out of trash. At his restaurant, Tio's Tacos, Sanchez takes recycling to great creative heights--both literal and figurative. From refuse, he created pyramids, whimsical fountains, and a series of giant wire figures, filled with shells, shoes, toys and other cast offs. Plus he makes a mean seafood cocktail. The city hasn't always appreciated his singular, ever-evolving vision, but Sanchez and his shrine are earning respect. All of Sanchez's art materials are either found or recycled. The bottles and oyster shells come directly from the restaurant. The granite tile is made of countertop remnants; Sanchez collected scraps once a week for a year, building a mountain of gleaming stone that he breaks up for his mosaics. Customers will sometimes bring their cast-off items, and he finds ways to work them into his vision.

First person to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in the UK

Coventry, England, United Kingdom: Margaret Keenan, 90, is applauded by staff as she returns to her ward after becoming the first person in the United Kingdom to receive the Pfizer / BioNtech covid-19 vaccine at University Hospital, Coventry, at the start of the largest ever immunization program in the UK's history.

Artist Antoinette finishes giant Europe artwork

Saxony-Anhalt, Merseburg: The Leipzig artist ANTOINETTE finishes her huge European artwork "Altar of Europe" in the Schlossgartensalon in a specially equipped open studio. She has created the 20-metre long and five-metre high work over the last three years in Prague, Vienna, Görlitz, Leipzig and now Merseburg with pencils and coloured pencils on paper. The artist, a master student of B. Heisig, has been dealing with the search for the identity of the continent of Europe in her works for thirty years. In thirteen parts, she processes the theme in a drawn fable world and puppet theatre.

Virtual Santa during Covid-19

Cambridge, MA, U.S.A: Santa Jim sits above a piece of tape that reads Smile and Compassion. Jim Manning, known as Santa Boston, has set up a tv like studio with a green screen in his living room in Cambridge, MA to host virtual visits with children. Due to the COVID-19, Coronavirus, pandemic Jim had to rethink how he would handle kids visiting Santa in the year 2020.