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  • Mark Bradford's Art + Practice to bring art, social services to Leimert

    Mark Bradford's Art + Practice to bring art, social services to Leimert
    The eastern side of Degnan Boulevard and West 43rd Place in Leimert Park at first glance seems like just another crestfallen Los Angeles block. Doors are closed. Gates are shut. Plywood obscures the windows on a magnificent corner building, an ornate...
  • NEXT GENERATIONS schedules events

    NEXT GENERATIONS schedules events
    NEXT GENERATIONS — the South Florida nonprofit comprised of children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors and concerned others — has a full slate of Jewish-interest programming available made possible by continued memberships in the...
  • Art world abuzz over leadership shake-ups at Christie's, Sotheby's

    Multimillion-dollar bidding wars are suspenseful, sure, but the real drama at Christie's and Sotheby's lately has been behind the scenes: The top executive at each of the fierce rivals — the biggest auction houses in the world — is stepping...
  • Roundup: Botched restoration, Nazca Lines damage, auction house turmoil

    Environmental activists anger archaeologists and the Peruvian government, a botched restoration draws pilgrims in Spain, the struggle to preserve a woman-built artist-environment in Wisconsin, as well as an iconic brutalist architectural icon in New York....
  • Spall and Leigh conspire to bring a great painter to life in 'Mr. Turner'

    Mike Leigh, cinematic celebrator of the British working classes, delivers hissecond sumptuous period biography in "Mr. Turner," a lovely, lively and languorous biopic that's almost as painterly as its subject. From the 19th Dutch women who chuckle past...
  • There is public art aplenty in Boulder City, Nev.

    There is public art aplenty in Boulder City, Nev.
    Your savvy, but ultimately foolhardy, tourist on his way to Hoover Dam will take a sharp left on the Highway 93 bypass and avoid this city's "historic" downtown altogether. Yet what the traveler saves in time and gas mileage, always important in these...
  • Bethlehem entertainment tax will burden nonprofit arts groups

    Bethlehem entertainment tax will burden nonprofit arts groups
    The Morning Call article by Nicole Radzievich did not represent the challenges that Bethlehem nonprofits face in light of the entertainment tax hikes for the city. The city of Bethlehem needs to differentiate the Sands Bethlehem Event Center, a...
  • John Lennon's art visits West Hollywood, benefits Adopt the Arts

    Long before he was a Beatle, John Lennon was expressing his feelings not through song but through drawings and sketches he loved to create. After his music exploded around the world, Lennon could do just about anything, with a notable exception —...
  • Best bets for Dec. 11

    Best bets for Dec. 11
    Music Kenny G: The smooth soprano saxophonist rules the contemporary jazz charts with such releases as “Duotones,” “Breathless,” “The Moment,” “Heart and Soul” and “Wish.” 8 p.m., Parker...
  • Best bets for Dec. 9

    Best bets for Dec. 9
    Music Symphony Holiday Spectacular: Classical duo pianists Dunlap & Pennington will be joined by Symphony of the Americas for a multi-media performance including classical pieces, Broadway show tunes, American songbook standards and contemporary pop...
  • First Presbyterian Church in Hampton to hold Young Performing Artists Competition in March

    First Presbyterian Church in Hampton will present its annual Young Performing Artists Competition in March 2015. This will be the 28th year the church has sponsored this important opportunity for young musicians to polish their recital skills and...