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  • Monster Mash: Titian masterpiece believed damaged; expert changes mind on alleged Ansel Adams negatives

     
    -- Waterlogged: "David and Goliath," a painting by the Renaissance artist Titian, is believed to have sustained damage after firefighters sprayed water at a Venice basilica. (Agence France-Presse) -- Changing his mind: An expert says he made a mistake...
  • 'America's Next Top Model' recap: Eels and pearls

     
    It’s official: No ‘Top Model’ challenge is complete without the possibility of a contestant vomiting from fear or nausea. This week’s episode offered one of the most impossible-sounding photo shoots yet, and that was only in the fir...
  • Upcoming events at Florida Museum for Women Artists in DeLand

     
    The Florida Museum for Women Artists is worth a visit if you are strolling on the lovely streets of Downtown DeLand. The museum is located upstairs on the west side of Woodland Boulevard just north of New York Avenue. Here's a look at what's happening...
  • Move Over, Movember. Make way for Decembrow.

    Move Over, Movember. Make way for Decembrow.
    Mo Bros, your time is up. Ladies, it’s our turn. Feministing.com has declared this month "Decembrow." Think Frida Kahlo. Forget the plucking, the waxing, the sugaring and embrace your natural brow. If you don’t grow a beautiful brow on your...
  • Artists from a war-torn land showing in Laguna

    Artists from a war-torn land showing in Laguna
    When Green Cube Gallery owner Sejla Holland reached out to Bosnian artist Harun Mehmedinovic for "Bosnian Born," he remarked that he hadn't seen such an exhibit done before. And when Mehmedinovic, 29, looked over the exhibiting artists lineup, curious if...
  • Stephen F. Austin High School: Nalleli Hidalgo

    Stephen F. Austin High School:<br>Nalleli Hidalgo
    HOUSTON - Frida Kahlo, a legendary Mexican artist, once said, "I leave you my portrait so that you will have my presence all the days and nights that I am away from you."   Nalleli Hidalgo, a senior at Stephen F. Austin High School, was so inspired by...
  • Sol Food: Hacienda del Sol in Enfield

    Sol Food: Hacienda del Sol in Enfield
    You can go a couple different ways with Mexican food. There's basically the cheese-and-sauce-heavy variety, which is a Tex-Mex thing. And there's the more authentic Mexican, with corn tortillas, lots of cilantro and chopped onions and smoky peppers....
  • High fashion meets recycling at Festival of Arts

    High fashion meets recycling at Festival of Arts
    Forget high fashion. Reused and recycled couture were the talk of the town Saturday at the Festival of Arts' fourth annual fashion show. Twelve artists created dramatic fashions out of cardboard, newspaper, old pot scrubbers, CDs, music tape — just...
  • Our Laguna: Artists show off fashion flare

    It has been said that a stylish woman can make a garbage bag look like haute couture. So can artists. The Festival of Arts Runway Fashion Show featured designs created by festival exhibitors from recycled, reclaimed or re-used materials, including...
  • Student finds a refuge in his art

    Student finds a refuge in his art
    Bryant Santamaria sees something of himself in Frida Kahlo. The Hoover High School senior, like the Mexican surrealist, endured health problems and long hospital stays — Bryant while battling leukemia and the hair-loss condition alopecia, and...
  • The latest travel books

    'Moon Handbooks: Cleveland' Avalon, $17.95 Poor Cleveland. For years, the city has been the object of bad jokes by late-night comedians. Nowadays, though, attitudes seem to be changing. Author Douglas Trattner goes so far as to write that Cleveland "has...
  • Exploring the Depression's artistic legacy in San Francisco

    Exploring the Depression's artistic legacy in San Francisco
    Stocks have crashed, industry is shuddering and banks are failing. The restless unemployed will soon fill the streets. Yet in San Francisco, some crazed optimist in the Pacific Stock Exchange Tower has hired Diego Rivera to decorate a private club for...