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  • Frame of mind

    Frame of mind
    I love art. When I was growing up, my friends would hang Michael Jordan posters on their walls while I tended more toward Salvador Dali. When I was in high school, I happened upon a small vintage poster and pinned it to my wall. After I graduated college,...
  • 'Inception'

    Sometimes the first adjective spoken in a movie speaks volumes. The first one you hear in the new thriller "Inception" is "delirious," describing the psychological state of a man, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, who has washed up (or awakened) on a beach and...
  • 'Midnight in Paris' review: Woody Allen's swooning, (non-sexual) adult fantasy

    'Midnight in Paris' review: Woody Allen's swooning, (non-sexual) adult fantasy
    *** (out of four) Oh, the glorious bistros and baguettes and architecture of Paris! Hollywood screenwriter-turned-novelist Gil (Owen Wilson) could just live there. His increasingly snippy fiancé, Inez (Rachel McAdams), not so much. Luckily every night at...
  • 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. “...
  • M.F. Husain dies at 95; artist was called the Picasso of India

    M.F. Husain dies at 95; artist was called the Picasso of India
    Reporting from Karachi, Pakistan, and New Delhi -- India's most famous artist, M.F. Husain, often referred to as the Picasso of India, died Thursday in a London hospital. He was 95. The cause of death was not immediately clear, although he was being...
  • Woody Allen finds 'Midnight' in the City of Light

    Woody Allen finds 'Midnight' in the City of Light
    As a European filmmaker, Woody Allen has worked in England, Spain and now France, where his new movie, "Midnight in Paris," serves as a love letter to that city. Next up on his cinematic map will be Rome. Allen is a long way from the overly familiar...
  • Virginia Museum celebrates 75 years with traveling show

    Virginia Museum celebrates 75 years with traveling show
    When the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts opened its doors in January 1936, there wasn't much for people to see. Much of its fledging collection reflected the taste and generosity of Virginia Judge John Barton Payne, whose seminal gift of 50 artworks in 1919...
  • Small Wonders: Everything was fine. And then...

    Everything was going just fine. Work is going well, both for me and the wife. The kids are as happy and healthy as two twitchy, frustrating mutant life forms can be — able to bathe and entertain themselves with some semblance of independence. A...
  • 'Project Runway': rating the first runway

     
    Project Runway is back for its last season in the Big Apple and its last season on Bravo. This disappoints me: The show is moving to the Lifetime network, and, apparently, Los Angeles next year. L.A.? Sure, the City of......
  • A 'lost' Mickey Mouse cartoon from 1950s will be screened at D23 Expo

     
    DISNEY'S D23 EXPO On Thursday, Walt Disney Co. will launch its big new marketing event, the D23 Expo, in Anaheim with predictably bright and shiny promotional messages about upcoming projects such as "The Princess and the Frog," "Toy Story 3"......
  • What to get for the dog who has everything: A combination mustache-ball

     
    Public service announcement: This product exists. Brought to you by the comic geniuses at Moody Pet (a company whose product line also includes the Humunga Tongue and a battery-operated cat toy it describes as a "lean, mean string-flinging machine"), the....