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  • Andy Warhol in 'Headlines' at Washington's National Gallery

    Andy Warhol in 'Headlines' at Washington's National Gallery
    Andy Warhol, the guru of Pop art, reveled in a lifelong obsession with newspapers, especially tabloids and their garish headlines. As a teenager, he saved pages with photos of his favorite Hollywood stars. Throughout his life he packed hundreds of newspapers into boxes he called "time capsules" to whet the fancy of the future. He collected scores of fraying clippings about himself in 34 scrapbooks. But most important, he used newspapers, especially the front pages, to model and inform some of the most important works of his fine art. It is hard to imagine Warhol the artist without his headlines.
  • Lehigh Valley Acoustic Performers Contest returns

     
    The Lehigh Valley Acoustic Performers Contest is back. The eighth annual contest will kick off at 8 p.m. Tuesday, and continue the next four weeks at Mezza Luna Bar & Grill, 1193 Airport Road, Allentown. Musicians sign up at 7...

    Friday marks the return of King Khan's fiery melding of punk and soul at the Echo

     
    “I’m touring my favorite murder capitols of America,” garage soul icon King Khan jokes about his current U.S. tour, which thus far has encompassed a week in New Orleans, two shows in Chicago and upcoming gigs in Oakland and Los...

    Videotape might help solve fatal Hollywood subway stabbing

     
    Videotape might help solve fatal stabbing on L.A.'s Red Line subway. The killer fled at the Hollywood & Vine station.

    New CDs by John Adams and Donnacha Dennehy

    The "trickster," composer John Adams once called it — the persona he evinces in pieces like his Chamber Symphony, which he described as a cross between Arnold Schoenberg and Wile E. Coyote. He's (understandably) tried to distance himself since...