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  • Best city hotel rooms with a view

    Best city hotel rooms with a view
    It's easy to find a great view in nature, but in a city? Even if you get the right hotel, there's always a risk you'll end up facing the highway rather than the ocean, the building next door or the "garden view." Get the best view for your buck by...
  • John Chamberlain dies at 84; American sculptor

    John Chamberlain, a prolific American sculptor whose use of crushed automobile sheet metal became his signature during a career that spanned half a century, died Wednesday in New York City. He was 84. Reportedly in poor health, he had been working on a...
  • Movie Review: 'Mr. Popper's Penguins'

    Movie Review: 'Mr. Popper's Penguins'
    "Mr. Popper's Penguins," a mildly amusing flight of fancy for the family crowd, is far better for its penguins than its Popper. Not that Jim Carrey's Mr. Popper is poorly done, per se. But the penguins are perfectly suited for stealing scenes and hearts...
  • Vancouver Riot Kissers Tentatively Identified [PHOTO]

    Vancouver Riot Kissers Tentatively Identified [PHOTO]
    It was the smooch seen round the world, and now we know the passionate couple's names. At least, we think we do. The couple were photographed lying in a romantic-looking embrace in the middle of a Vancouver, British Columbia, street while a post-hockey...
  • Florida Southern's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed campus named National Historic Landmark

    Florida Southern's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed campus named National Historic Landmark
    Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright's "Child of the Sun," the campus for Florida Southern College in Lakeland, has been designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service the school announced today. "This architecture represents the laws...
  • Mysterious Letters With Powder Cause Panic Throughout Area

    Mysterious Letters With Powder Cause Panic Throughout Area
    The NYPD gave the all clear at the Guggenheim Museum restaurant at around 4pm Tuesday. Investigators have since determined the suspicious letter sent here contained non-hazardous material. But no one knew that when the NYPD and a hazardous response...
  • Center for Film Studies at Wesleyan University in Middletown Presents Two Matthew Barney Films

    Center for Film Studies at Wesleyan University in Middletown Presents Two Matthew Barney Films
    Film nerds rejoice: Yale grad Matthew Barney, who won the Guggenheim Museum's first Hugo Boss Award, appears in his own experimental films in a variety of guises. Wesleyan's Center For Film Studies presents two of Barney's films — Cremaster 4 (1994)...
  • Adrian Gonzalez Homers in First Dodger At-Bat

    Adrian Gonzalez Homers in First Dodger At-Bat
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Adrian Gonzalez had only been in Los Angeles for a couple of hours and was wearing his Dodgers uniform for the first time when he found himself rounding the bases at Dodger Stadium. One of the four players acquired in a blockbuster...
  • Frank Gehry endows new annual prize at SCI-Arc

    Frank Gehry endows new annual prize at SCI-Arc
    Architect Frank Gehry has made a new donation to the Southern California Institute of Architecture, and as a result, the school is naming a new prize after him. SCI-Arc announced Wednesday that Gehry, a trustee of the school since 1990, and his wife,...
  • L.A. City Council Approves NFL Stadium Plan

    L.A. City Council Approves NFL Stadium Plan
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- The Los Angeles City Council approved a proposed $1.2-billion NFL stadium plan on Friday in a 12-0 vote. The proposal clears the way for developer Anschutz Entertainment Group to seek a team and proceed with planning for a 72,000-...
  • Ellsworth Kelly's Drawings of Plants, Flowers, Leaves-Spanning 60 Years-on View Beginning June 5 at Metropolitan Museum

    Ellsworth Kelly's Drawings of Plants, Flowers, Leaves-Spanning 60 Years-on View Beginning June 5 at Metropolitan Museum
    One of the foremost artists of our day, Ellsworth Kelly may be best known for his rigorous abstract painting. However, Kelly has made figurative drawings throughout his career, and has created an extraordinary body of work that now spans six decades....