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  • New Haven Dining Guide 2012: Shake Shack Restaurant Mastermind Danny Meyer Talks Hospitality, Burgers and New Haven

    New Haven Dining Guide 2012: Shake Shack Restaurant Mastermind Danny Meyer Talks Hospitality, Burgers and New Haven
    Shake Shack has gone Shack-ademic, opening its very first location next to a university — 986 Chapel St., kitty-corner to Yale’s Old Campus. Shake Shack’s Angus beef is 100 percent natural, vegetarian fed and humanely raised without...
  • Crystal Bridges Museum the victim of apparent Wal-Mart email hoax

    Crystal Bridges Museum the victim of apparent Wal-Mart email hoax
    April Fool's Day is four months away, but someone has clearly gotten an early start. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Ark., is the victim of an apparent email hoax linking founder and Wal-Mart heiress Alice Walton with workers...
  • Jeff Koons retrospective won't come to MOCA: report

    Jeff Koons retrospective won't come to MOCA: report
    Next year's highly anticipated retrospective of artist Jeff Koons won't be debuting in Los Angeles as previously expected, according to a recent report. Bloomberg has reported that the show, which will be Koons' first major retrospective in years,...
  • MOCA says Jeff Koons exhibition not canceled, could open in 2015

    MOCA says Jeff Koons exhibition not canceled, could open in 2015
    Jeff Koons' big museum retrospective could be coming to Los Angeles after all, just not as soon as originally planned. The Museum of Contemporary Art said that the upcoming Koons exhibition has not been canceled, and is expected to arrive in L.A. in...
  • Ruth Asawa dies at 87; sculptor and arts advocate

    Ruth Asawa dies at 87; sculptor and arts advocate
    Japanese American artist Ruth Asawa was interned during World War II, first at the Santa Anita racetrack in Arcadia, where she lived in a horse stall that reeked of manure, and then at a relocation center in Arkansas, where 8,000 detainees were surrounded...
  • 100th Birthday For Toy That Inspired A Million Tinkerers

    Many a mechanically minded child growing up in the 20th century honed his or her construction skills with a toy Erector set — a collection of small metal beams, nuts and bolts, gears, wheels and other parts that could be assembled in countless ways....
  • Going back to Robert Indiana in Boca Raton

    Going back to Robert Indiana in Boca Raton
    For Robert Indiana, the former sign painter most widely known for the enduring piece of Vietnam War-era pop art “LOVE” and the Obama-campaign visual “HOPE,” the operative word is “NOW.” Indiana, who will celebrate his...
  • Top events to do Wednesday, Sept. 11

    Top events to do Wednesday, Sept. 11
    Music 9-11 Memorial Concert: The American Legion's Ninth District in Florida is hosting a Sept. 11 memorial concert in Hollywood Wednesday night, honoring those lives lost on that New York morning 12 years ago. The free event will begins at 7:30 at...
  • The Specials at The Whitney Arts Center

    The Specials at The Whitney Arts Center
    Steve Bellwood's The Specials has its premiere this week at the Whitney Arts Center in New Haven. The play follows academics Tom and Diane, who get into car trouble on a road trip and meet Ivan and Ruth, a veteran and ex-stripper, respectively. The play...
  • David Gilhooly dies at 70; a leader of Bay Area funk art movement

    David Gilhooly, a prominent Northern California sculptor of fanciful frogs who was a founder of the Bay Area funk art movement at UC Davis in the early 1960s, has died. He was 70. He died Aug. 21 after collapsing at his home in Newport, Ore., said his...
  • James Turrell shapes perceptions

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Flying a couple of thousand feet above a volcanic field in Arizona near the Painted Desert, it's fairly easy to spot the extinct volcano known as the Roden Crater. It stands alone in the field, apart from hundreds of other...