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Sun StaffSEATTLE -- You might think John Waters has seen it all. But the Prince of Puke, the Pope of Trash -- or as he prefers to think of himself these days, "Filth Elder" -- remains amazed by the world around him. It's downright amazing how often the word...
Sun Theater CriticFourth in a series of occasional articles SEATTLE - Harvey Fierstein is shaving his eyebrows. This is a first for him. Oh sure, he's worn lipstick and eyeliner, dresses and falsies, high heels and pantyhose. But before he began playing Edna Turnblad,...
Special to Baltimoresun.comIt's a tradition that likely dates back to the first Colonial settlers on Maryland shores: Summer means families and the The Chesapeake Bay. Even among those who don't live along its distant coves and quiet towns, the bay becomes a magnet, as city...
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River Roadways Discover the Golden Triangle of Pittsburgh, the Laurel Highlands, the historic towns of Johnstown and Altoona, and the festivities of Central Pennsylvania along Pennsylvania's River Roadways. Pittsburgh - Enter Pittsburgh through the...
If you're like me, staggering heels are a challenge, even on a good day. Corona del Mar resident Julie Johnson felt the same way and launched her own shoe line: Newport Beach-based Olivia Childs. The shoe line is what Johnson calls the alternative...
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Liz Smith"SHE WAS LIKE A HORSE ON THE TRACK. Nothing, and then the bell goes, and something happens," said Hollywood cinematographer James Wong Howe about Greta Garbo. If you're like me, sometimes you roam your living quarters picking up and putting down books...
Whoever said fame was fleeting had no idea what they were talking about. Just ask Oprah Winfrey, Tom Cruise, Donald Trump, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Jordan or Bill Murray. They've been soaking up the spotlight for years. In fact, not only does fame...
Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat is back -- despite dying in 1988 at age 27. On the first day it was open, more than 4,000 people turned out to see a show of his work at Gagosian Gallery in New York in February. His notebooks will be exhibited at Paris'...
Re "Art marriage may yield L.A. mega-museum," March 8 The great cities of the world have always been centers of culture as well as commerce. For Los Angeles to attain true greatness, it must support cultural institutions of excellence like the Museum of...
Architectural treasures don't generally come to mind when you think of Fort Lauderdale. MOD Weekend 2013 aims to change that. Exquisite examples of the city's midcentury modern design come into sharp focus at events in North Beach Village on...
The Hartford CourantA few years ago, sculptor Nancy Davidson started thinking about cowgirls, the embodiment of outlaw culture for girls growing up in the "50s and '60s. "These were women who did outrageous things, who had powers beyond women who stayed at home and took...
Tags: Soups, Museums, Barack Obama, Connecticut College, Arts
Everybody loves a bargain. Here's a big one. If you were a wealthy major art collector, and for the price of one classic Jackson Pollock drip-painting or Andy Warhol's 1963 silk-screen "Eight Elvises" you could acquire a few billion dollars worth of...
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