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  • Millennials Are Getting So Many Tattoos. Blame the Internet?

    Millennials Are Getting So Many Tattoos. Blame the Internet?
    "I tattoo everyone from high-school principals to the other end of the freaking spectrum," says Mike Dunn, a tattoo artist at Visual Expressions in East Hartford. A music teacher recently came in to get a music staff that morphs into a DNA strand...
  • 'Infra' a powerful, painful response to London bombings

    'Infra' a powerful, painful response to London bombings
    Wayne McGregor's "Infra," now getting its U.S. premiere via the Joffrey Ballet, is a beautifully abstract work laced with carefully calculated doses of drama, brief images of pain and anguish, that transform it into deeply moving art. The 2008 work...
  • Listen up, sound geeks! Wilhelm Scream in 'Iron Man 2,' says Favreau

     
    Jon Favreau says famous Wilhelm Scream will be in Iron Man 2. And just what is the Wilhelm Scream? It's one of the most famous sound clips in Hollywood -- if you're a sound effects supervisor....
  • Monster Mash: Edvard Munch artwork stolen; Salonen makes Met Opera debut; Dame Edna's hoax

     
    -- Without a trace: A lithograph by Edvard Munch has been stolen from a gallery in Norway. (Radio Netherlands) -- Elaborate charade: Dame Edna and Michael Feinstein said they will merge their two solo Broadway shows after a public quarrel......
  • Monster Mash: Centre Pompidou reopens after strikes; Leonardo painting back; Auschwitz sign missing

     
    -- Open for business: The Centre Pompidou in Paris has reopened after more than three weeks of strikes. (Agence France-Presse) -- Return of a masterpiece: A painting by Leonardo da Vinci stolen six years ago (and recovered in 2007) goes......
  • 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......
  • Edward Dolnick's "The Forger's Spell" and "The Man Who Made Vermeers," by Jonathan Lopez

    Published within three months of each other, these two wildly contrasting books about Dutch forger Han van Meegeren strikingly demonstrate that attitude indelibly shapes content. In "The Forger's Spell," Edward Dolnick spins the swashbuckling tale of...
  • California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art

    California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art
    In the 2008 California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art, the tour de force is an animatronic sculpture by Daniel J. Martinez. It resonates in many ways. ΒΆ Beneath bright white fluorescent lights, Martinez has constructed a low white platform in...
  • Guns guard Damien Hirst's lamb at BCAM

    Guns guard Damien Hirst's lamb at BCAM
    As you stroll through the Broad Contemporary Art Museum, images of guns confront you, including Andy Warhol's hip-swiveling, gun-slinging "Elvis," Chris Burden's Los Angeles policemen and the gun-brandishing fascist thugs of Leon Golub. And there are...
  • Thunder Road

    My pharmacy's in for a windfall as I stumble behind Chris Shaffer through an assault of downed trees and brambles off-trail in a remote canyon outside Ojai. Since I met this two-legged wildebeest, I've been stabbed by yucca, slapped senseless by...