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  • 'On the Shore of the Seine'

    The case of a small painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir stolen from the Baltimore Museum of Art decades ago took an unexpected turn recently when new questions were raised about a woman's claim that she bought it at a flea market. The holes in her story...
  • Art Rock continues to roll

    Art Rock continues to roll
    Art Rock, a cash-and-carry art show in West Palm Beach, may not be the best place to find a landscape painting to hang over the couch. But for those people who would appreciate a portrait of a bunny with antlers, a T-shirt that depicts a roaring lion...
  • 'All-Media' doubles up

    'All-Media' doubles up
    The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood's "All-Media Juried Biennial" has always offered viewers a chance to see works by established artists while discovering artists not yet on their radar. The upcoming biennial, which drew submissions from 267...
  • Caroline Kennedy talks 'Poems to Learn by Heart'

    Caroline Kennedy talks 'Poems to Learn by Heart'
    During Caroline Kennedy's childhood, poetry was a family affair. Her father, President John F. Kennedy, had admired Robert Frost enough to give him a prominent place at his inauguration, and her mother, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, had loved poetry since...
  • "War Horse" goes from page to stage to Broward Center

    "War Horse" goes from page to stage to Broward Center
    Michael Morpurgo, author of one of the hottest literary properties ever, sat unrecognized as he had breakfast at the Riverside Hotel on Las Olas back in January 2012. The British author of "War Horse," a book that has been turned into a Steven Spielberg...
  • On the block for Plein Air

    On the block for Plein Air
    Thomas Jefferson Kitts is inspired by nature. Also, given a choice, he prefers not to rely on memories, photographs or drawings. The result? A prolific 30-year career as a plein air painter. An avid follower of John Singer Sargent, JoaquĆ­n Sorolla...
  • Elizabeth Levensohn opens 'Gothic Folk'

    Elizabeth Levensohn opens 'Gothic Folk'
    Elizabeth Levensohn will have an art opening-book signing-CD release event titled "Gothic Folk," this Saturday, May 4, from 8 p.m. to midnight. "Gothic Folk" is an exhibit exploring "the shadows of the soul where greed, rage, jealousy, fear,...
  • Amanda Demme is glad to no longer be the life of the party

    Amanda Demme is glad to no longer be the life of the party
    This story has been updated. See note below. Amanda Demme isn't who she used to be. And that's probably a good thing. Just ask her. She'll tell you she's been in hiding for six years, casting off the pretensions that came with life as a famous (and...
  • Through a glass, backward

    Through a glass, backward
    From a distance, they appear to be expressionist paintings of musicians and marine life. But upon closer inspection, light reflects off the dual-pane window and exposes a crisp image — looking as if it were a print on glossy paper. Huntington...
  • Columbia 'Motion' exhibit is worth the stop

    Columbia 'Motion' exhibit is worth the stop
    There is so much constant movement in our world that it takes an artist to translate some of that motion into a lasting image. In the aptly titled exhibit "Motion" at the Artists' Gallery in Columbia, painters Rana Geralis and Nancy Lee Davis encourage...
  • The Valley Line: USC Town & Gown goes to lunch

    The Valley Line: USC Town & Gown goes to lunch
    I had a play date with my daughter, Heather, on Mother's Day weekend, a fun escape to San Francisco. On Saturday, the morning fog blanketed the city and the foghorns called out their mournful cry, giving the city such an eerie feeling. Just as the fog...