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  • Met Gala 2015: Celebs did their 'China: Through the Looking Glass' homework

    Met Gala 2015: Celebs did their 'China: Through the Looking Glass' homework
    Rihanna, Sarah Jessica Parker, Janelle Monae and Jennifer Lopez were among the celebrities who looked as if they'd done some homework before Monday's 2015 Met Gala celebrating the Costume Institute's "China: Through the Looking Glass" theme.
  • A mother tongue lures visitors to museums

    A mother tongue lures visitors to museums
    As the Americans who are at least 5 years old and speak a language other than English at home now exceed 20 percent of the population, museums across the country are responding with bilingual and non-English educational programs for all ages. Offered in...

    Icy retail sales in February

    Icy retail sales in February
    WATCH THIS: Reforms target injustice in credit reporting system. .. Freezing temps, snowstorms weigh hard on February sales. .. Feds approve Palcohol, a powdered alcohol intended to be mixed up into drinks. .. Hearing before NRC sought into PPL...

    San Diego Opera hires David Bennett as new general director

     San Diego Opera hires David Bennett as new general director
    In a surprise move that signals an eagerness to take risks and overhaul its conservative image, San Diego Opera has plucked a prominent figure from New York's experimental and avant-garde music scene to be its general director. David Bennett, the...

    Selfie sticks banned at global attractions, including Art Institute

    Selfie sticks banned at global attractions, including Art Institute
    "Selfie sticks" have now been banned at a growing list of global tourist attractions, including the Art Institute of Chicago, a French Palace and a British museum. The devices are used to improve snapshots, but critics say they are obnoxious and...