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  • Oscar-winning film company will digitize 500 films made by Andy Warhol

    Andy Warhol made more than 500 films between 1963 and 1972. Some ran for eight and a half hours while others lasted four minutes. Soon after he was shot in June 1968, Warhol withdrew most of his early art films from circulation. After his death in 1987, a...
  • After Ferguson: U.S. museums need to show a work by Natalie Bookchin

    After Ferguson: U.S. museums need to show a work by Natalie Bookchin
    Over this past week, I have been obsessively following the developments in Ferguson, Mo., where the events following the shooting of an unarmed black teen have brought startling images of protest and even more startling images of the heavily militarized...
  • Round-Up: Statue selfies, new Nazca Lines, the whitest superheroes

    Round-Up: Statue selfies, new Nazca Lines, the whitest superheroes
    All kinds of drama at museums in Delaware, North Miami and Washington, D.C., a discovery of new Nazca Lines in Peru, reconsidering the urban role of the Santa Ana River, psychedelic fonts, statue selfies and why liking everything on Facebook encourages...
  • Southwest Museum building turns 100, throws a party

    Southwest Museum building turns 100, throws a party
    In this city of constant change, it's quite an accomplishment to last 100 years. Such is the case with the home of the Southwest Museum, a stately tan building perched atop a hill in Mount Washington, which is celebrating its centennial on Saturday....
  • Bulletin Board

    Thursday Art exhibit, " Joyride," artist Mike Rivamonte exhibits his artwork showing the process used to create his illustrated children's book of Marty and Otto, Monday and Wednesday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday and...
  • 'Butcher & Blues' - Casual evening to honor acclaimed photographer for capturing Florida's untamed beauty

    For more than 50 years, Clyde Butcher has been preserving Florida's most undisturbed landscapes, including the Everglades, with black and white film. Internationally acclaimed for his photographs and passion for preservation, Butcher will showcase 36...
  • Trip Tips: Latin Americans infuse New York with Hispanic culture

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Newcomers from Mexico and Central and South America are streaming into New York City in greater numbers, joining the long-standing communities of Puerto Ricans and Dominicans and enriching the chorus of Latin voices in the Big Apple....
  • Sighting: Katy Perry visits Art Institute of Chicago

    Sighting: Katy Perry visits Art Institute of Chicago
    The Art Institute of Chicago stayed open later than usual Tuesday for an extra special guest and nine of her friends. Pop star Katy Perry and her entourage took an after-hours tour of the Art Institute for about an hour and a half, according to an Art...
  • Ancient Artifacts From Shipwrecks Part Of 'Lost at Sea' At Lyman Allyn

    Ancient Artifacts From Shipwrecks Part Of  'Lost at Sea' At Lyman Allyn
    Since people started sailing in ships, about a million have wound up at the bottom of the sea. That is the estimate by Robert Ballard, one of the world's most famous maritime explorers. Ballard has led teams that have found the remains of 50 or 60 of...
  • Freebie Friday: Free stuff to do this week

    Freebie Friday: Free stuff to do this week
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything is free.   Freebie Spotlight Fair/Festival   Community Unity Festival: Backpack giveaway, exercise programs,  games, entertainment and a DJ, live music by LA Robinson and  Streetlife. 9 a.m. Saturday,...
  • New path to make it easier to walk to downtown Glendale

    New path to make it easier to walk to downtown Glendale
    Construction of a downtown walking path that extends from south Brand Boulevard, past the entrance of the Museum of Neon Art, to the Glendale Central Library and Glendale Central Park is expected to be completed by November, city officials said. The...