TIME celebrities

Take A Look Back At Some of Omar Sharif’s Most Memorable Roles

Hollywood icon Omar Sharif died Friday at 83, leaving behind a legacy of unforgettable acting

TIME Sports

See 13 Historic Parades for Star Athletes

The victorious women of the U.S. World Cup team are not the first to have their sports triumph celebrated in the Canyon of Heroes

The stretch of lower Broadway in New York City that’s known as the Canyon of Heroes has seen celebrations for dignitaries, aviators and even a pianist. And, in the more than a century that the city has thus feted the famous, it’s also seen its share of the best athletes in the world. The tradition started with the 1924 U.S. Olympic team, upon their return from the games in Paris—and it continues on Friday with a parade for the U.S. Women’s World Cup soccer team. Here’s a look at some of those who came before.

Read more: A Brief History of Ticker-Tape Parades

TIME faith

Bienvenido Francisco! Scenes from the Pope’s Visit to Latin America

The Pope addressed a million people in Ecuador, sipped coca leaf tea in Bolivia, and is also set to visit Paraguay on his tour of Latin America. Here, a look at how the region's Catholics have welcomed "Papa Francisco"

TIME celebrities

See Celebrities With Their Madame Tussauds Wax Figures

As the museum debuts a Kim Kardashian wax figure, we take a look back at other famous figures — and their real-life celebrity counterparts

TIME Religion

See Rare Photos of the Dalai Lama Growing Up

Here's a look back at the life of the Tibetan Buddhist leader as he celebrates his 80th birthday

TIME Soccer

See the Best Moments From U.S. Soccer’s Victory in the World Cup Final

Team U.S.A. trounced Japan 5-2 on Sunday, achieving their third world championship and the first since 1999.

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