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  • Influences: Jazz drummer Justin Faulkner

     
    The drummer Justin Faulker is in Los Angeles Saturday as part of the trio led by jazz guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel; expect to hear music from the album “Reflections,” a lush reading of standards. (The show, which also includes bassist bassist...
  • A prairie house for puppies: Frank Lloyd Wright's doghouse

     
    Frank Lloyd Wright designed a house for the black labrador Eddie that was rebuilt last fall and has been touring the country ever since....
  • Gunter Sachs' art collection heading to auction

     
    A trove of modern art owned by the late Gunter Sachs, the multi-millionaire European industrialist and playboy, will hit the auction block in May and is expected to bring in more than $31 million, according to Sotheby's....
  • Andy Warhol's Elvis Presley painting could sell for $50 million

     
    Andy Warhol would have another headline for his scrapbook. The prince of pop art’s portrait of Elvis Presley is set for the Sotheby's auction block and is expected to fetch $30 million to $50 million....
  • 'The Scream': Edvard Munch's painting goes for $119.9 million

     
    "The Scream" may be one of the most famous paintings in the world and it's just sold for a record amount of money at auction....
  • Spanish baroness says hard times forced her to sell painting

     
    A Spanish heiress' sale of a 19th century masterpiece by the British painter John Constable has sparked a high-society family feud in recession-ridden Madrid....
  • Dig deeper and you'll find the other Oslo

    Dig deeper and you'll find the other Oslo
    In the Norwegian capital of Oslo, a big statue of a tiger sits in front of the train station. A local once explained that Oslo is nicknamed the Tiger City because in the 19th century, when country boys visited the wild and crazy "New York City of Norway,"...
  • Airport carpets: Don't be floored by blogger's area of interest

    Airport carpets: Don't be floored by blogger's area of interest
    Weary travelers may long to linger over a cup of coffee or snuggle under a plush duvet. But when it comes to airports, lingering is loathed, because it's synonymous with layover. When George Pendle found himself stuck longer than expected at a New York...
  • Not Just for Kids: 'Between Shades of Gray' by Ruta Sepetys

    Not Just for Kids: 'Between Shades of Gray' by Ruta Sepetys
    Between Shades of Gray A Novel Ruta Sepetys Philomel: 344 pp., $17.99, ages 12 and up In young adult books about World War II, the Holocaust dominates. But there are lesser-known atrocities that also took place, including during the Soviet...
  • Schnellenberger on TV; FAU men, women in person (Updated)

     
    Sure, it???s a tad nippy outside, but it is another beautiful day in paradise. And FAU fans have plenty to look forward to this afternoon. 5px 0px;" />Starting at 3 p.m. The Voice will be stalking the sidelines again,......
  • Art Review: Kati Heck at Marc Selwyn Fine Art

     
    I don???t know why tourists like to have their pictures taken with their faces peeking through oval holes cut in plywood sheets painted to resemble cartoon characters or local legends. It must have something to do with being in a......