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Vatican, Rome's Jewish Museum, team up for first joint show
The museums of the Vatican and Rome's ancient Jewish community are hosting their first joint exhibit, building on decades of improved Catholic-Jewish relations following centuries of mistrust.
 
Sofia Imber, who turned a garage into the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art and became one of Venezuela's most influential women journalists, died Monday in the capital.
 
NY's Met Museum offers exercise amid world-class art
World-class art, meet sweaty aerobics.
 
Street art transforming Dubai's urban sprawl
The streets of Dubai may be known for architectural superlatives like Burj Khalifa, the highest of the world's high-rises, and the Middle East's largest shopping center Dubai Mall.
 
Collector's hidden art to finally go on display
A vast trove of art which a German collector kept hidden from the world for decades will be shown simultaneously at museums in Switzerland and Germany later this year, Switzerland's Kunstmuseum Bern announced Wednesday.
 
Mary J. Blige, Chance, Neil Diamond shine at pre-Grammy gala
Mary J. Blige warned the audience at the Clive Davis Gala that she was not in a good place.
 
Italy unveils Roman kiss for Valentine's day
The lava may have cooled 2,000 years ago but Pompeii is a hot destination this Valentine's day with a special opening of the exceptionally preserved House of the Chaste Lovers.
 
Painting stolen by Nazis back in rightful hands
Some 80 years ago, the Nazis forced prominent German Jewish art gallery owner Max Stern to sell his family's roughly 400-piece collection before he was exiled from his country.
 
Stephen Sondheim to receive PEN 'literary service' award
Stephen Sondheim's latest honor comes from literary and human rights organization PEN America.
 
Japanese engineer's finesse fine-tunes the art of concert hall acoustics
Behind some of the world's most reputed concert halls is a Japanese engineer whose finesse in shaping sound is so perfectly unobtrusive that all listeners hear is the music -- in all its subtlety, texture and fullness.
 
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