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  • 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Wins Big With National Society of Film Critics

    "Inside Llewyn Davis," Joel and Ethan Coen's darkly comic odyssey set against the 1960s New York folk-music scene, swept the National Society of Film Critics' top prizes on Saturday, winning awards for picture, director, actor Oscar Isaac and...
  • Can 2014 live up to hype, hopes for Orlando theme parks?

    Can 2014 live up to hype, hopes for Orlando theme parks?
    We should feel pretty confident about many aspects of what 2014 will hold for theme parks and attractions. Sure, a certain boy wizard will play a key role, and a group of height-challenged cast members are expected to raise a ruckus in the middle of...
  • Getty among beneficiaries of massive Roy Lichtenstein Foundation gift

    Getty among beneficiaries of massive Roy Lichtenstein Foundation gift
    A trove of 200,000 photographic items from the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation is being donated to five institutions around the world, including the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the National Gallery of...
  • History center seeks your Warner Bros. merchandise

    History center seeks your Warner Bros. merchandise
    Meep! Meep! The Orange County Regional History Center wants to borrow your collection of Road Runner memorabilia and other items from Warner Bros. characters to enhance its upcoming exhibit "The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons." The museum is seeking...
  • 'Mike Kelley' art retrospective coming March 31 to L.A.'s MOCA

    'Mike Kelley' art retrospective coming March 31 to L.A.'s MOCA
    The big touring retrospective on artist Mike Kelley will reach Los Angeles  on March 31, 2014, kicking off a four-month run through July 28 at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The exhibition, launched a year ago at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and...
  • 'A Century Ago': Academy offering screening of films from 1913

    'A Century Ago': Academy offering screening of films from 1913
    Cinema was in a state of transition 100 years ago. Films and movie audiences were becoming more sophisticated. On Friday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will explore this seminal time with "A Century Ago: The Films of 1913" at the...
  • Tiny museum in New York showcases the beauty of everyday objects

    Tiny museum in New York showcases the beauty of everyday objects
    NEW YORK — New York's smallest museum has reached its capacity of three, and Nicholas Kokkinis, volunteer docent, feels obliged to amuse the waiting crowd. He points to the museum cafe (a cappuccino machine mounted on the wall) and gift shop...
  • Holiday gifts to fuel that wanderlust

    Holiday gifts to fuel that wanderlust
    A pop-up book and a smartphone prop. A pretty little poncho and a sturdy, stylish tripod. A comfy new pillow and a little lamb that lulls you to sleep. These are some of the finds that just might wind up on your wish list — or your shopping list for...
  • Review: Museo Jumex in Mexico City is an impressive filter

     Review: Museo Jumex in Mexico City is an impressive filter
    MEXICO CITY — The cultural ecology of any great city is a complex organism, its shape shifting over time. But in the modern era, always it starts with the same ingredient. It starts with artists, the yeast that makes the dough rise. Without them,...
  • Maltese Falcon sells for more than $4 million at auction

    Maltese Falcon sells for more than $4 million at auction
    In the 1941 film noir "The Maltese Falcon," the priceless relic that Humphrey Bogart's Sam Spade is hunting turns out to be — spoiler alert — a worthless fake. But at a movie memorabilia auction in New York City Monday, the real prop sold...
  • Andy Warhol's 'Jackie' works were his 'Guernica'

    Andy Warhol's 'Jackie' works were his 'Guernica'
    For art, the 1963 murder of a president became America's Guernica. In style, emotional tenor and generation, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol were very different artists. But both made paintings that spoke to an epic social trauma of their day. And both...
  • Carnegie Mellon To Create NYC Campus Focused on Arts, Technology

    Carnegie Mellon University has struck an agreement with New York City and Steiner Studios to create a new academic program focused on the intersection between the arts and technology, the parties announced Wednesday. The Integrative Media Program, as it...