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  • Glenelg student creates bottle cap mural

    Glenelg student creates bottle cap mural
    A small corner near the art department at Glenelg High School is sectioned off with tape and chairs; behind the barrier, Bethany Ferrick stands over a 12-foot-by-8-foot sheet of masonite, surrounded by bags and boxes overflowing with recycled bottle caps....
  • Book review: 'The Mind's Eye' by Oliver Sacks

    Book review: 'The Mind's Eye' by Oliver Sacks
    The Mind's Eye Oliver Sacks Alfred A. Knopf: 270 pp., $26.95 Oliver Sacks has built a reputation on exploring the medical mysteries of individual patients to illuminate the larger mysteries of human experience. "The Mind's Eye," a collection of essays...
  • White House to hold live online arts chat Tuesday

     
    The White House is scheduled to host a live online chat Tuesday that will focus on the arts and feature members of the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. Participants are expected to include artist Chuck Close, dancer......
  • Video from the White House's online chat about arts and humanities

     
    In case you missed Tuesday's online chat with members of the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, the White House has posted a rather lengthy video from the interactive event in which the public was invited to pose......
  • Saturday's Highlights: "A Family Thanksgiving" on Hallmark

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 7 - 13 in PDF format Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here This week's TV Movies ‘A FAMILY THANKSGIVING': A corporate attorney (Daphne Zuniga) awakes in an......
  • Your morning fashion and beauty report: Kate Moss moves from modeling to curating a photo collection

     
    -- It's Black Friday and chances are if you're a dedicated shopper you've been at the mall for hours already. But if you pause for a break or you're still figuring out where to shop, FabSugar has a guide to......
  • Monster Mash: 'Spider-Man' musical scores at Broadway box office; 'American Idiot,' the movie?

     
    Raking it in: "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" was the Broadway box-office champion last week, dethroning "Wicked" from a top slot it had largely owned since 2004. (Wall Street Journal) Rocking on: A film version of the Broadway musical "American......
  • Orlando Museum of Art upcoming season has Florida focus

     
    The Orlando Museum of Art is focusing on Florida for its 2011-12 season. The season kicks off with a temporary exhibition, “Tony Robbin: A Retrospective,” which will be on view July 30 through Oct.30. Then, it's on to “Made in Florida&#...
  • Michael Jackson giant soda can portrait sold to Ripley's

     
    A huge Michael Jackson portrait Seaton Brown made from 1,680 soda cans now belongs to the Ripley's Believe It or Not! museum chain. The artist about to unveil his Pamela Anderson portrait made of more than 1,000 candy wrappers....
  • A unicorn that sprays paint -- and other Pacific Standard Time gallery shows

     
    The neo-Dada artist Richard Jackson is at it again. Known for creating machines for painting, Jackson has just filled David Kordansky's gallery with a sweetly sick installation called "The Little Girl's Room." The centerpiece is a monumental upside-down...
  • Jennifer Aniston buys $450,000 painting at Haiti benefit auction

     
    Jennifer Aniston and beau Justin Theroux won a $450,000 painting at the Artists for Haiti auction in New York....
  • Artists' royalty suit may hinge on constitutional issue

     
    A class action suit against Christie's and Sotheby's claims that the auction houses violated a California law requiring California sellers to pay a 5% resale royalty to the artist who created the resold work. The courts upheld the state law more than 30...