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Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Book raises questions about arms dealer's Nazi-era art
How to define Nazi-era "loot" is central to what could prove a touchy book launched Tuesday on the controversy surrounding one of Europe's most prestigious private art collections, the impressionist works acquired by E.G. Buehrle.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
To mark the 125th year since Dwight D. Eisenhower's birth, a multi-million dollar fundraising campaign has begun to do a better job of telling the story of the 34th U.S. president.
Monday, August 24, 2015
3,000 balls afloat on Los Angeles lake
The surface of a Los Angeles lake is filling up with thousands of colorful, floating balls as part of a large-scale public art installation.
Nevada museum opens unique Lake Tahoe exhibit
The first major historical art survey of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra's infamous Donner Pass takes an ambitious trip through two centuries, highlighting the roles of Native Americans and railroad barons and the tourists and scientists trying to halt the loss of clarity in the azure waters.
Argentina will return thousands of stolen archaeological pieces to South American neighbors, President Cristina Kirchner said Saturday.
With secret codes and locked-down communication, Swedish publisher Norstedts has kept the plot of the sequel to the best-selling Millennium crime trilogy, due out on Thursday, shrouded in secrecy.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
Teyonah Parris' character, Missy, undergoes an emotionally charged transition in the second season of Starz's "Survivor's Remorse."
Hair process of 'going natural' plays out on Starz comedy
Three giant Egyptian statues submerged in the Mediterranean for more than a millennium have gone on display at Paris' Arab World Institute.
Giant Egyptian statues go on display in Paris
Two robbers have made off with a bronze bust by French sculptor Auguste Rodin from a Copenhagen museum in a bold theft in broad daylight, the museum said Friday.
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Graffiti artist Banksy announced the opening of a dystopian theme park in a British seaside town on Thursday, featuring boats filled with migrants and an anarchist training camp.
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