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  • Songs soar, story stumbles in musical set in Theresienstadt

    Songs soar, story stumbles in musical set in Theresienstadt
    There are "Signs of Life" in the ambitious and richly produced new commercial musical of that title, a celebration of the courage, talents and collective will to live of the Jewish residents of the Nazi-controlled ghetto Theresienstadt, located in what...
  • Dr. Maynard Cohen, neurologist, 1920-2014

     Dr. Maynard Cohen, neurologist, 1920-2014
    Dr. Maynard Cohen spent 30 years in the Department of Neurological Sciences at what is now Rush University Medical Center, conducting research and treating patients while also teaching as a professor and through the American Academy of Neurology....
  • Art believed to have been looted by Nazis found in Munich

    Art believed to have been looted by Nazis found in Munich
    A trove of artwork that some believe was looted by Nazi forces has been found in an apartment in Munich. The German magazine Focus has reported that the stash of art contains pieces by Matisse and Picasso and could be the largest collection of Nazi-looted...
  • Nazi-looted art: Will George Clooney movie speed up recovery?

    Nazi-looted art: Will George Clooney movie speed up recovery?
    The saga of 1,500 art works recovered in Munich, with an estimated value of more than $1 billion and possibly stolen by Nazis in the 1930s and 1940s, made big headlines over the weekend. The German publication Focus reported that the 2011 discovey...
  • George Clooney's 'The Monuments Men' pushed to 2014

    George Clooney's 'The Monuments Men' pushed to 2014
    George Clooney's World War II drama "The Monuments Men" will not arrive in theaters this year as planned because the film's visual effects could not be completed in time, the actor and director said. The tale of a ragtag band of art historians, museum...
  • Nazi art cache includes Renoir, Picasso and 16th century pieces

    As details emerged this week about a discovered cache of art that is believed to have been looted by the Nazis during World War II, officials in Germany have revealed that the trove includes works by Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso and Chagall. The...
  • Nazi art discovery in Germany could pose legal challenges

    Nazi art discovery in Germany could pose legal challenges
    The recently revealed discovery of more than 1,400 works of art stashed away in an apartment in Munich, Germany, could pose a number of legal challenges for individuals looking to make a claim, an art expert said in an interview.  Officials in Germany...
  • Gay British codebreaker Alan Turing given royal pardon

    Gay British codebreaker Alan Turing given royal pardon
    Dr. Alan Turing, the World War II-era British codebreaker who is often said to be the father of the modern computer, received a posthumous royal pardon Tuesday, close to 60 years after he committed suicide. The pardon’s announcement comes during...
  • Suspected Nazi-looted art found in Germany mirrors 'Monuments Men' plot

    Suspected Nazi-looted art found in Germany mirrors 'Monuments Men' plot
    Movies occasionally grow a little more topical due to current events -- earlier this year, coverage of Trayvon Martin’s killing and the George Zimmerman trial made conversations about  “Fruitvale,” a drama about the fatal shooting of a...
  • Lift the veil from the Nazi art cache

    Lift the veil from the Nazi art cache
    Grainy photographs of what appears to be a lithograph by Otto Dix show a bourgeois matron rendered as a ghoulish skull adorned in an outlandish feathered hat, her sunken eyes glowering from beneath a lacy brim and her fur collar a blazing red inferno....
  • Paul Sand, at home on the Santa Monica Pier

    Paul Sand, at home on the Santa Monica Pier
    The Santa Monica Pier is a second home to Paul Sand, the actor who won a Tony Award nearly 43 years ago playing 11 characters, including a dog, in "Paul Sills' Story Theatre." His parents met on the pier at a dance. He took his first baby steps there...
  • The Cézanne paintings' escape to safety

     The Cézanne paintings' escape to safety
    The surprise restitution last week of a major Baroque masterpiece looted by the Nazis in 1944 was a stunning finale to a remarkable story. Missing for more than six decades, the bravura painting "Saint Catherine of Alexandria" by Bernardo Strozzi (1581-...