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  • Finding the story of an art forgery

    Finding the story of an art forgery
    When now-retired postal inspector John “Jack” Ellis destroyed nearly 100,000 pieces of fake artwork, he hoped it was the end of the fake-art ring he’d helped bust in the 1990s, but he had a feeling that wasn’t the case. “...
  • See the Work of Classic Cartoonist William Steig

    When was the last time you laughed out loud at an art exhibit? Or suddenly found yourself in conversation with nearby strangers about the works on view? If this sounds like the perfect tonic for frayed nerves, it is that, and much more besides. “...
  • Moonstruck: The bread! Those eggs!

    Moonstruck: The bread! Those eggs!
    Moonstruck is a great food movie. Nicholas Cage on bread, the making of eggs, the great meeting scene in the restaurant with Olympia Dukakis and John Mahoney. Moonstruck opens the 13th Annual Little Italy Film Festival tonight. By the way, I'm looking...
  • Florence, Italy, undergoes a new Renaissance

    Florence, Italy, undergoes a new Renaissance
    "Florence has changed," my friend Alessandra told me on the phone. "There's a new spirit here." "I don't believe it," I said. "I know Florentines; they're conservative people who hate change." "Come and see for yourself. I'm going on a trip. You can...
  • 'Paris the Luminous Years' a dazzling re-creation of the birth of modern art

    The city of light shone especially brightly in the early 20th century as artists in nearly every discipline came together and revolutionized the art world. The new documentary "Paris the Luminous Years" explores major turning points and crucial...
  • Hubbard Street plans work about Chagall windows

    Hubbard Street plans work about Chagall windows
    Hubbard Street Dance Chicago will celebrate its 35th anniversary this fall with its first-ever full-length production, an original work by resident choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, inspired by another local treasure, Marc Chagall's "America Windows." The...
  • 'The Firebird' soars into O.C.

     'The Firebird' soars into O.C.
    The most beautiful bird in the world is flying into Costa Mesa. The American Ballet Theatre's world premiere of Alexei Ratmansky's all-new production of "The Firebird" takes off at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa on Thursday night and...
  • Mixing art and wine

    Mixing art and wine
    Q: Waaaaay back in the '60s I thought I saw bottles of wine with labels designed by Picasso, Dali and other popular artists. Was I dreaming? —Elizabeth Dewey, Crystal Lake, Ill. A: No, you weren't dreaming. The artists' labels were (and are) found...
  • Writers Salvador Plascencia and Michael Jaime-Becerra share a city and common inspiration: El Monte

    Writers Salvador Plascencia and Michael Jaime-Becerra share a city and common inspiration: El Monte
    Aside from their proximity in age, and the fulsome praise they got for their debut novels, Salvador Plascencia and Michael Jaime-Becerra would appear to have little in common as writers. Plascencia's "The People of Paper," which was published in 2005...
  • Hotel as home

    Moments after the private elevator in the Montage Beverly Hills slides open, the staff warmly greets Larry Field and ushers him to a pool-view seat at the rooftop Conservatory Grill. The hostess gives him a hug. Servers nod in recognition. --------------...
  • Jan Krugier dies at 80; art dealer survived Auschwitz, collected works by renowned artists

    Art dealer Jan Krugier, an Auschwitz survivor who collected the works of Picasso and other renowned artists to help himself move past the horrors of the Nazi era, has died in Switzerland. He was 80. Krugier died Saturday as a result of an infection,...