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  • Art world abuzz over leadership shake-ups at Christie's, Sotheby's

    Multimillion-dollar bidding wars are suspenseful, sure, but the real drama at Christie's and Sotheby's lately has been behind the scenes: The top executive at each of the fierce rivals — the biggest auction houses in the world — is stepping...
  • Holiday gift guide: ‘Hobbit,’ Batman, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ more

     
    Ho, Ho, Ho(dor)! It's the time of year for geek-friendly holiday shopping. Whether you're shopping for fans of “Game of Thrones,” “Star […]...
  • Roundup: Botched restoration, Nazca Lines damage, auction house turmoil

    Environmental activists anger archaeologists and the Peruvian government, a botched restoration draws pilgrims in Spain, the struggle to preserve a woman-built artist-environment in Wisconsin, as well as an iconic brutalist architectural icon in New York....
  • George W. Bush on making art: 'Never paint your wife or your mother'

    Since leaving the White House, George W. Bush has devoted a significant amount of his post-presidential time to pursuing his hobby of painting. On Sunday, the 43rd U.S. president shared one of the key creative insights he's gleaned in his relatively young...
  • Getting together? Florida resorts are ideal for family reunions

    Getting together? Florida resorts are ideal for family reunions
    Planning a family reunion getaway for spring break or other occasion in 2015? As you plan, consider Florida resorts –the Sunshine State has many that are ideal for family reunions as they offer activities and pastimes for all age groups, and...
  • From pirate festival to polar swim, January has loads of travel events

    From pirate festival to polar swim, January has loads of travel events
    Bundle up in January for a whirl of wintry festivities — or move indoors to take in exhibitions by world-renowned masters like Van Gogh, Picasso and Dali. Through Feb. 16: "Picasso/Dali, Dali/Picasso," St. Petersburg, Fla.; 727-823-3767; thedali....
  • Maryland nonprofits investing in offshore accounts

    When the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Johns Hopkins University and other Maryland nonprofits want to maximize the money they can spend in pursuit of their missions, they do what many wealthy individuals and businesses do. They open investment accounts...
  • Hong Kong protesters seek to archive their art, words for posterity

    Hong Kong protesters seek to archive their art, words for posterity
    After a demonstration site here was forcibly cleared by police in late November, work crews swooped in to sweep away the detritus of dissent. A postal carrier quickly applied a fresh coat of emerald green paint on a mailbox. Any trace of the protest...
  • '1968 Exhibit' at Chicago History Museum a draw for boomers

     '1968 Exhibit' at Chicago History Museum a draw for boomers
    It was bound to happen, so I was glad to get it over with. "My grandmother had that!" squealed a girl on glimpsing an olive-green sectional sofa with flower-patterned pillows. So my friend Kaye Pomaranc and I knew where we stood as we toured "The 1968...
  • See 'Trees of Christmas Past' in Bethlehem

    One Christmas tree at the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts in Bethlehem is covered in paper ornaments that represent scherenschnitte, or Pennsylvania German paper-cutting. A tree at the Goundie House is dedicated to John Sebastian Goundie, Bethlehem'...
  • Coltsville National Historical Park Wins Final Approval

    Coltsville National Historical Park Wins Final Approval
    HARTFORD — Final congressional approval came Friday for the creation of a Coltsville National Historical Park dedicated to the accomplishments of Samuel Colt and the role that his firearms and factory played in the Industrial Revolution. Plans...