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  • Edvard Munch's 'Scream' headed for auction at Sotheby's

     
    A version of Edvard Munch's "The Scream" is expected to bring in $80 million or more at a Sotheby's auction in New York. The sale, which was announced this week and is scheduled for May, will feature a version of the famous image created by the...
  • A prairie house for puppies: Frank Lloyd Wright's doghouse

     
    Frank Lloyd Wright designed a house for the black labrador Eddie that was rebuilt last fall and has been touring the country ever since....
  • Seven paintings owned by Adolf Hitler uncovered in Czech Republic

     
    What was Adolf Hitler's taste in art? Judging by a small stash of paintings he once owned and that was recently re-discovered in Europe, the dictator prefered paintings with a military theme that depicted the heroism of German soldiers. Surprised?...
  • French council throws out legislation on genocide denial

     
    A new, controversial French law meant to punish deniers of 1915 mass killings of Armenians was thrown out by the country’s Constitutional Council on Tuesday, but President Nicolas Sarkozy said a new version would be drafted for approval....
  • 'Game Change' is an old Hollywood story, a la 'A Star Is Born'

     
    The HBO Sarah Palin flm "Game Change" has an eerily familiar narrative, one that dates back to the earliest days of Hollywood: the backstage showbiz drama. It's just the backdrop that's different -- instead of a Broadway theater, or movie backlot, we've...
  • Nazi-looted art trove discovered in Germany?

     
    Has an art historian located a buried trove of artistic masterpieces looted by the Nazis? That's what a report in Britain's Daily Mail claims, stating that the collection contains pieces by Monet, Manet and Cezanne....
  • Germany prepares to publish Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' after 70 years

     
    Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" will return to shelves in Germany after a 70-year absence....
  • Far-right party official in Greece assaults lawmaker, goes missing

     
    A member of the far-right Golden Dawn party in Greece slaps a left-wing lawmaker on a television talk show. Ilias Kasidiaris, 31, is now wanted by police....
  • ‘Man of Steel’ at Comic-Con: Can Superman still soar?

     
    It seems strange to ask — rude even — given Superman’s long history as a bulletproof champion of American pop ......
  • Nazi letter protected Jewish man who once served with Hitler

     
    A Jewish commander who had served with Adolf Hitler during the First World War was spared for a time, even as his sister and millions of other Jews were murdered in Nazi Germany, thanks to a letter saying the Fuhrer wanted him to be protected, a German...
  • Letters to the editor

    Put politics above name-calling Re "Willow, weep for us," Opinion, Sept. 14 I have ambivalent support for Joe Queenan's decrying of the breakdown of cultural standards. I too lament the acceptability and even celebration of people attending a...