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  • 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. Plus: an interview with MOCA curator and carnitas-lover Helen Molesworth, chief executive shuffle at the auction houses and the many mirrors of Craigslist. Roundup has moved to Monday. Here’s what we’re reading:
  • Hand-sewing on the streets

    Hand-sewing on the streets
    When the sun sets in Burbank, Darlene O’Connell searches for an empty parking lot, lays down cardboard and covers herself with several blankets to protect against the cold night air. When morning comes, she brings all her belongings to George...

    Greenpeace apologizes for protest at Peru's ancient Nazca Lines

    Greenpeace apologizes for protest at Peru's ancient Nazca Lines
    Environmental activist group Greenpeace apologized on Wednesday for a protest it organized at the ancient Nazca Lines etched in a desert in Peru. The group said it was sorry if the protest at the historical site on Monday caused any "moral offense" to...

    Damming the bay's pollution

    Damming the bay's pollution
    Here's the gist of the recent report by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the Conowingo Dam: Don't confuse a red herring with a red tide. The notion that all the pollution woes of the Chesapeake Bay could be heaped on one 86-year-old hydroelectric...

    China's APEC summit measures leave Beijing with cleaner air

    Forget driving every day, and don't plan on getting married. Don't think about applying for a passport, or a visa, or registering your business either — those offices will be closed. You won't be able to purchase fireworks, or go to a gas station...