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  • Why Did Shep Gordon Finally Allow Mike Myers to Make 'Supermensch'?

    Mike Myers' directorial debut, the documentary "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon," is the story of one of Hollywood's most famous talent managers. As portrayed in the film, which made its New York premiere Thursday at MoMA, Gordon nurtured the...
  • Museum stars in 'Mammoths' play

    Museum stars in 'Mammoths' play
    The museum in "Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England" is no stately edifice adorning a public park, no shimmering repository of great artifacts. The collection in the play's Pratt Museum — on the campus of a Massachusetts college and...
  • Test driving the new 3Doodler 3-D printing pen

    Test driving the new 3Doodler 3-D printing pen
    After a lifetime of drawing in two dimensions, the ability to lift a pen off paper and watch the line follow straight up is wondrous. So say teenagers who helped test drive the new $99 3Doodler, billed as the world's first 3-D printing pen. "It's...
  • Henri Matisse cutouts in the spotlight at Tate Modern in London

    Henri Matisse spent his final decades largely confined to a wheelchair, having been weakened by cancer surgery at age 72. But the renowned French artist didn't allow his physical condition to slow his prodigious output. In fact, he embarked on one of...
  • 'Family Guy' visits Art Institute of Chicago

    'Family Guy' visits Art Institute of Chicago
    “Family Guy” made a brief visit to Chicago during Sunday’s episode, “The Most Interesting Man in the World.” And like most things “Family Guy,” it was both funny and insulting. Peter is sent on a business trip...
  • MOCA director Philippe Vergne takes to Twitter

    MOCA director Philippe Vergne takes to Twitter
    If you’re wondering how new Museum of Contemporary Art Director Philippe Vergne is taking to Los Angeles and his post at the museum, or what he has to say about the ambitious “Mike Kelley” exhibition that opened March 30, just ask him....
  • 2014 Printers Row Lit Fest poster, by artist Tony Fitzpatrick

    2014 Printers Row Lit Fest poster, by artist Tony Fitzpatrick
    Each year, a unique piece of artwork is commissioned to mark the Printers Row Lit Fest. It is used on the cover of the Chicago Tribune's special section about the Lit Fest and on posters announcing the book fair. For this year's Lit Fest poster, which...
  • Zoltan Pali exits academy museum project as construction phase nears

     Zoltan Pali exits academy museum project as construction phase nears
    Zoltan Pali, one of the architects hired to work on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' future museum, has left the high-profile project. The departure, which the academy is characterizing as a routine transition, comes in the midst of some...
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's tower worthy of debate, and a trip

    Frank Lloyd Wright's tower worthy of debate, and a trip
    RACINE, Wis. — One of Frank Lloyd Wright's most beguiling and troubled buildings opens to public tours for the first time next week, and when it does, it will raise an eternal, vexing question: Which matters more, beauty or utility? It's easy to...
  • 'Snowpiercer' Arrives on Video in France Two Months Ahead of Delayed U.S. Release

    While director Bong Joon-ho's dystopian sci-fi spectacular "Snowpiercer" is still two months away from its long-delayed U.S. release via Weinstein Co. subsidiary Radius, in France (where it was released last fall) Bong's film has newly arrived on Blu-...
  • Ex-Monkees Michael Nesmith will show his country roots at Stagecoach

    Ex-Monkees Michael Nesmith will show his country roots at Stagecoach
    Michael Nesmith's name is far more often associated with the Monkees than the birth of Southern California country rock. Yet the former rock sitcom star played a key part in a 1960s scene when long hair and cowboy boots all a sudden made sense together....