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  • 10 things you might not know about twins

    10 things you might not know about twins
    Actors Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt welcomed twins into the world last weekend in France. And Twinsburg, Ohio, is preparing to host twins and their families by the thousands at for the annual Twins Days festival Aug. 1-3. Here are more facts to make you...
  • ARCHIVE: Jean Craig's Q-and-A with the Daily Press in 2008

    For more than 50 years, Hampton painter Jean Craig and her late husband, Allan Jones, ranked among the Peninsula's best-known art couples. Their popular classes at Hampton Roads Academy, Robert Sugden Elementary School and in their own colorful Claremont...
  • 'The Lacuna' by Barbara Kingsolver

    'The Lacuna' by Barbara Kingsolver
    Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Lev Trotsky. The Mexican painter whose flamboyant art and mangled body continue to nourish a multimedia industry. The adored husband 21 years her elder, myth-making muralist and Mexican national hero. And the man on the lam whom...
  • Championing reviews this week: Magic Johnson and Larry Bird; China and the U.S. economy; J.M. Barrie and more

     
    It is, reviewer David Davis writes, nearly impossible to find two opposing superstars whose sports careers became as linked as Larry Bird's and Magic Johnson's. In 1979, when Bird was a college senior and Johnson a junior, they led their......
  • Unused Beatles album artwork by Jim Dine up for sale

     
    The graphite and watercolor artwork that you see on the left was created in 1968 and was destined for eternal rock 'n' roll fame. Hollywood's Capitol Records commissioned Pop artist Jim Dine to create a series of illustrations for a......
  • Art review: 'Sites of Latin American Abstraction' @ MOLAA

     
    Suppose you were an artist living under a repressive dictatorship and wanted to make art about surviving the predicament and inventing a new world. Given harsh prohibitions against public debate, figurative representations of political content would be an...
  • Donors give Getty 52 images by Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Mexico's leading photographer

     
    The J. Paul Getty Museum says it has added 52 more pictures by Manuel Alvarez Bravo, widely considered Latin America’s greatest photographic artist of the 20th century, to a collection of the Mexican artist’s work that now numbers 247 images.......
  • Art review: Oakland Museum of California

     
    OAKLAND --When the Oakland Museum of California unveiled its sprawling and distinctive new building for art, history and natural sciences 41 years ago -- a terraced, walled-garden structure that became an instant national landmark -- a review in The...
  • Labor Secretary Solis: There’s ‘no room for discrimination’

     
    By Maria Peña.   Washington, May 4 (EFE).- The laws of the United States “protect every worker” regardless of their legal status and, despite expressions of xenophobia in Arizona and elsewhere, undocumented immigrants have their right...
  • Barbara Kingsolver wins 2010 Orange Prize

     
    In London on Wednesday evening, American Barbara Kingsolver beat out homecountry favorite Hilary Mantel for the 15th Annual Orange Prize for fiction. Kingsolver's book "The Lacuna" was a surprise winner over Mantel's "Wolf Hall," which has taken many...
  • Performance review: Gregorio Luke’s 'Frida, a New Look' at Ford Ampitheatre

     
    Beguiling Mexican painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) is easy to love, and further, to fetishize. Her distinctive color-drenched canvases, crammed with autobiographical lore from her tragedy-strewn life, tug the eye and the heart. This well-seasoned mix has...