This week's edition covers content promoted between 19 and 26 May.
The French cheese coulommiers, the lesser-known cousin of Brie, has a similar buttery colour and supple texture with perhaps a nuttier flavour. It is made from unpasteurised cow's milk, usually in the shape of a disc with a white, bloomy edible Penicillium candidum rind. A newly featured picture.
Alec Douglas-Home, seen here in 1986, was Prime Minister of Britain from 1963 to 1964, when he resigned because of illness. His was the second briefest premiership of the twentieth century, lasting two days short of a year. From the newly featured article on his life.
German singer Oceana performing at the Radio Hamburg Top 820. In 2010 she finished sixth in the Polish version of Dancing with the Stars and hosted the TV show ARTE Lounge on the European channel Arte. A new featured picture.
Four featured articles were promoted this week:
Alec Douglas-Home (nom), by Tim riley. Homes (1903–1995) was a British Conservative politician of noble birth who served as Prime Minister from October 1963 to October 1964. He is best known for his two spells as the UK's foreign minister, in which position he worked on relations with the Soviet Union and issues with the former colony Rhodesia. He retired in 1974.
Henry Wrigley (nom), by Ian Rose. Wrigley (1892–1987) was a flight pioneer who made the first trans-Australia flight in 1919. A member of the Australian Flying Corps since World War I, in 1921 Wrigley helped form the Royal Australian Air Force. Holding increasingly senior positions, by World War II he was an air commodore and in charge of organising the newly established Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force. He retired in 1946.
Romances (nom), by Magiciandude. Romances is a 1997 studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The third in a series of studio albums, Romances was recorded in early 1997 at the Ocean Way recording studio in Los Angeles, California. It was a critical and commercial success, selling over 4.5 million copies and Miguel received praise for his vocals and the song selection.
Edmund Sharpe (nom), by Peter I. Vardy. After studies throughout Europe, Sharpe (1809–1877) became an architect in Lancaster, working mainly on churches. Afterwards, he was elected to the town council and spearheaded an effort to improve the quality of the water supply. He also achieved national recognition with his histories of architecture, including detailed architectural drawings.
Library of Celsus (nom; related article), created by Benh LIEU SONG and nominated by Elekhh. This new image, showing the Library of Celsus in Turkey, received a noise reduction during the nomination process. The Library was built to store 12,000 scrolls and to serve as a monumental tomb for Celsus.
Historical reenactment (nom; related article), created by Myrabella and nominated by Tomer T. This image, showing a historical reenactment of the Battle of Waterloo, passed after a lengthy discussion of whether military reenactments should be required to be representative of the original battle.