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  • Georgia O'Keeffe studied at the Art Institute of Chicago but withdrew after she contracted what serious illness? a) Typhoid Fever b) Tuberculosis c) Scarlet Fever

    ANSWER: a) Typhoid Fever
  • 10 things you might not know about modern art

    10 things you might not know about modern art
    The Art Institute of Chicago is opening its Modern Wing to showcase the visual splendors of the 20th and 21st Centuries. Without getting into a debate about when "modern art" began or ended, let's wing it with these 10 facts about art since 1900: 1....
  • 'Georgia O'Keeffe'

    'Georgia O'Keeffe'
    Two actors who are very rare "gets" for a television project - Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons - star in this made-for-Lifetime biography, written by playwright Michael Cristofer ("The Shadow Box"). Of course, Allen plays O'Keeffe, whose relationship with...
  • Capital weekends

    This was one of the first cities to convert its sprawling but obsolete Union Station into a wonderland of boutiques, restaurants and nightclubs. That was a major part of the Indianapolis I remembered from a visit in the '80s. Zippy Union Stations still...
  • Beach-side bohemia by San Diego

    Beach-side bohemia by San Diego
    I first visited the tiny community of Leucadia in northern San Diego County four years ago on a bicycle trip. It was a town in a time warp, circa 1967. Its downtown, if you could call it that, consisted of a few stores and cafes along one side of Highway...
  • 'Soul of Nowhere: Traversing Grace in a Rugged Land' by Craig Childs

    First-rate writers and books keep emerging from the American West and delineating the Western experience in smart, edgy ways. Lately there have been Judy Blunt, a memoirist who tells of leaving the constraints of ranch life in the vicinity of Montana's...
  • Indianapolis is full of fun things to do

    Family-friendly Indianapolis is bursting with things to do and see. Here are 10 ways to summer fun in Indiana's state capital.1. Children's Museum of Indianapolis: The just-opened $25 million "Dinosphere: Now You're in Their World" has gotten more buzz...
  • A glorious sight unseen

    A glorious sight unseen
    The perfectly clipped hedges at Montecito's Val Verde estate still bristle with authority, impossibly long lines of them, not a breach in sight. The 110-year-old camellias haven't stirred from their posts beside a reflecting pool, and the citrus trees are...
  • On the trail of Georgia O'Keeffe

    "O'Keeffe is beautiful. She is beautiful in every respect," said her husband, Alfred Stieglitz. The remark expresses his appreciation not just for Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings (which Stieglitz was the first to show at his New York gallery in 1916) or the...