UNDATED (CNN) - Artwork by thousands of British children is getting the royal treatment. Self-portraits by 200,000 youngsters are being projected on Buckingham Palace to make up the likeness of the queen.
It's part of a project to celebrate young people ahead of the queen's Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics. The queen herself apparently loves the imagery.
Anybody missing a monkey? That's what Florida officials are asking the people of northeast Gainesville. This week residents spotted a monkey swinging through their neighborhood.
"I was excited about it because I've never seen a monkey in the hood, so we're going to call that the hood monkey," Al Wells says.
Authorities believe it's a patas monkey and they are setting a trap for the primate since it could have rabies. They say they have no idea where it came from.
Nick Dyck doesn't say much. The Canadian teen, who has Down syndrome, expresses himself through music. His dad says he has an incredible passion for the drums.
"He dreams it, he sleeps it, in a vehicle any time, he'll air drum it. You've heard of people air guitaring - well he air drums; any music, anything that he can get a hold of," john Dyck says.
He was the closing act at his school's talent show. Teachers say he's an inspiration to other students.
Source: CNN/April Williams