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  • Detroit art museum will sue if city's bankruptcy plan not approved September 18, 2014
    By Lisa Lambert DETROIT (Reuters) - The Detroit Institute of Arts is prepared to sue to prevent the sale of its collection if Detroit's plan for exiting bankruptcy is not approved, the museum's chief operating officer told U.S. Bankruptcy Court on Thursday. When Detroit filed for the largest-ever U.S. municipal bankruptcy 14 months ago, the museum […]
  • New York offers illegal immigrants zoo trips, museum tours with ID cards September 18, 2014
    By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York Mayor Bill de Blasio offered free access to some of his city's famed cultural destinations on Thursday in a bid to coax illegal immigrants to join an identification card program aimed at helping them do ordinary things like sign a rental lease. Among the perks offered by the Democratic mayor were free or re […]
  • Opera singer backs drive to help 10 million 'ghost' people September 16, 2014
    By Emma Batha THE HAGUE The Netherlands (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Opera singer Barbara Hendricks lent her voice on Tuesday to a global campaign to end statelessness, calling for an end to the suffering of 10 million "ghost" people. The U.S.-born soprano said she had been moved to tears by the stories told by former stateless people on the seco […]
  • 2nd conductor resigns from Vienna State Opera September 16, 2014
    VIENNA (AP) — The Vienna State Opera has lost its second star conductor in less than two weeks.
  • British Museum features 'golden age' of Ming China September 16, 2014
    LONDON (AP) — Intricate, inventive and ahead of their time — and that's just the vases. London's British Museum will open a major new exhibition on Thursday exploring the rich art and global influences of China's Ming era in the 15th century.
  • Fake Picasso anyone? Austrian police search for fraud victims September 16, 2014
    VIENNA (Reuters) - Art lovers who suspect they might have bought forged Pablo Picasso paintings should contact the Austrian police, who are looking for victims of a Serbian art fraud gang. The group operated out of a Viennese cafe, offering clients several fake Picassos, along with forged certificates of authenticity, police in the Austrian capital said on T […]
  • Israeli artist depicts pain of rootless Jews in Berlin exhibition September 16, 2014
    By Helen Cahill BERLIN (Reuters) - Moshe Gershuni's expressive, historically loaded art, which places symbols of the Holocaust in a religious setting and seeks to polarize opinion about current Israeli society, seems unlikely to reward the casual viewer. Titled "No Father No Mother", the retrospective of paintings and ceramics since 1979 in th […]
  • Kiss raises $1 million for Oregon military museum September 15, 2014
    LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. (AP) — The band Kiss shed the makeup and pulled out acoustic guitars to raise money for the renovation of the Oregon Military Museum.
  • Review: Opera's Kaufmann turns to lighter fare September 15, 2014
    Jonas Kaufmann, "You Mean the World to Me" (Sony)
  • Biggest-ever Matisse cut-out show becomes record exhibiton for Tate September 15, 2014
    "Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs" has become the Tate's most successful exhibition ever, the UK art gallery group has announced. Over half a million people flocked to London's Tate Modern over a five-month period to see the exhibition, which was the most comprehensive to ever be dedicated to the artist's striking paper cut-outs made betw […]
  • Unseen Picasso letter -- with doodles -- on display in France September 15, 2014
    A previously unseen letter written by Pablo Picasso, complete with sketches, has gone on display in western France. The letter, to his friend the French poet Max Jacob, comes from a private collection and is displayed at the fine arts museum in the western city of Quimper. Beginning "my dear Max" and signed "your brother Picasso", the let […]
  • Brussels Jewish Museum opens its doors four months after shooting September 14, 2014
    By Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Four months after a shooting that killed four people, the Brussels Jewish Museum opened its doors to the public again on Sunday in a solemn ceremony attended by Belgian Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo. The museum in central Brussels had been closed since the May 24 attack by a gunman who opened fire in the museum with a Kal […]
  • 'LOVE' artist Indiana doesn't show at celebration September 14, 2014
  • Museum to put 3 O'Keeffe paintings up for auction September 12, 2014
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in New Mexico said Friday it will sell three works by the American modernist painter to benefit its acquisitions fund.
  • Yeehaw Texas Roundup: New Cocktail Bar Parliament Opens in Dallas; Museum Park Cafe Opens in Houston; David's Barbecue Review September 12, 2014
    Parliament in Dallas. Dallas · Hooray Carbs: Where to Eat Handmade Noodles · Long Live Parliament, Lucky Campbell's New Cocktail Bar · The Early Word on Richardson's Ten 50 BBQ Houston · Museum Park Cafe Opens to Public Tonight...
  • Certified Open: Museum Park Cafe Open to the Public TONIGHT September 12, 2014
    After quietly soft opening earlier this week, Museum Park Cafe, the lastest addition to the Balcor Hospitality group is opening for real tonight. The kitchen will be helmed by Stella Sola alum Justin Basye and the menu includes late...
  • Boy ordered tried in French street artist's death September 12, 2014
    DETROIT (AP) — A Detroit judge on Thursday ordered a 14-year-old boy to stand trial on first-degree murder and armed robbery charges in the fatal shooting of a French street artist whose body was discovered a year ago near an abandoned public housing project.
  • Brooklyn Museum director retiring in 2015 September 11, 2014
    NEW YORK (AP) — Arnold Lehman, the director of the Brooklyn Museum since 1997, has announced he will retire next year.
  • London's Royal Opera targets youngest-ever audience September 10, 2014
    By David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Royal Opera House will open its doors to children as young as two when its new season starts on Thursday, as the 282-year-old institution seeks a new generation of music-lovers. Alongside staples such as Puccini's "La Boheme", the Royal Opera's 2014/15 season will also see more toddler-f […]
  • Coming Attractions: Russ & Daughters to Open Cafe in the Jewish Museum September 9, 2014
    It may have taken Russ & Daughters 100 years to expand from an appetizing store to a full-service cafe, but now that Russ & Daughters Cafe is up and running, a second one is already in the works, far...


  • Cartoonist Alison Bechdel Awarded MacArthur Fellowship September 19, 2014
    She is one of the first cartoonists to be recognized. Besides her graphic novels and memoirs, Bechdel developed a simple three-question test for how women are represented in films.
    Neda Ulaby
  • Look, Mom, I Finally Made It To Broadway! September 18, 2014
    NPR's Michel Martin will sit down with a panel of award-winning playwrights to ask about diversity in theater. Follow here or join us on Twitter on Friday at 7 p.m. ET, using #NPRMichel.
    Michel Martin
  • 'Madame Secretary' Pales In Comparison To 'The Good Wife' September 18, 2014
    The CBS dramas about women juggling family lives and high-intensity jobs showcase excellent acting. But while The Good Wife is one of the best shows on TV, Madam Secretary's writing is disappointing.
    David Bianculli
  • The Long, Scary Journey From A 'Terrorist's Son' To A Peace Activist September 18, 2014
    Zak Ebrahim's father was convicted as a conspirator of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. For most of his life, Ebrahim lied to people about who his father was. His new memoir tells his story.
  • Passionate Proclamations With Gilbert Gottfried September 18, 2014
    The legendary stand-up discusses "crossing the line" in comedy. Then, in his signature voice, he whispers sweet nothings into your ear in a game about famous romances throughout history.
  • Go Johnny, Go! September 18, 2014
    Go, Johnny Coulton, go! Our one-man house band plays the Chuck Berry classic "Johnny B. Goode" with the lyrics rewritten to be about other famous guys named John. Can you sing your way to victory?
  • Cultured Film Quotes September 18, 2014
    We love low-brow film, but every once in a while, we crave high culture. In this game, we've classed up a few famous movie quotes with the names of important historical figures: "I'll be Bach."
  • Rap It Up September 18, 2014
    We're wrapping up the show with a game featuring the letters R-A-P. All answers contain those letters in consecutive order. For example, "a long-haired lady in fairy tales" is "Rapunzel."
  • The Big Score September 18, 2014
    We wish we were as enthusiastic about anything as announcer Andres Cantor is about a soccer ball going into a net. Play a game about words or names that contain the sound "go," like "GOOOOO-pher!"
  • The Time Machine September 18, 2014
    Travel back to 1914. All questions must be answered from the vantage point of that year, such as, how many stars are on the US Flag? But be quick: WWI is about to start and the Wi-Fi here is terrible.

 

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  • Factbox: Scotland's referendum - how the votes are adding up
    EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Votes are being counted from Scotland's independence referendum with most of the first tallies expected to come from the smaller councils. Announcements from the big cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen are expected only around 0400 GMT. The referendum will be decided by a simple majority, meaning the 'yes' and […]
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    ATLANTA (AP) — Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and high-stepping Devin Hester led the Atlanta Falcons to one of the biggest wins in franchise history.
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    BEIJING (AP) — Li Na, a two-time Grand Slam champion from China who took tennis in Asia to a new level, has retired due to recurring knee injuries.
  • Minority scholar denies separatism at China trial
    URUMQI, China (AP) — A prominent Muslim Uighur scholar being tried on separatism charges told a court in far western China that he never advocated the overthrow of Chinese rule in his native Xinjiang, according to his lawyer.
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    Tokyo (AFP) - The British pound surged to a more than two-year high against the euro Friday, while it also rallied against the dollar as early results suggested Scotland will vote against independence from the United Kingdom.
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    EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Glasgow, Scotland's largest city, voted for independence from the United Kingdom, but only by a narrow margin, its counting officer said. The vote was split 53 percent in favor of independence, 47 percent against, not enough to buck the trend of results in other parts of the country. "It certainly isn't good enough given […]
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    Edinburgh (AFP) - 04:03 GMT - Sturgeon 'delighted' - Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tells Sky News in Glasgow: "I'm absolutely delighted, this is Scotland's biggest city and it has just voted decisively yes. that is hugely significant and as a Glasgow MSP I understand we won every single constituency in Glasgow. It underlines […]
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    ARCELIA, Mexico (AP) — Mexico's Civil Rights Commission says it is investigating the circumstances of a June confrontation between the army and a suspected drug gang that left 22 people dead.
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    MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Gus Malzahn squeezed into the ramshackle shed used for postgame news conferences at Kansas State, gripped both sides of the makeshift podium and exhaled deeply.
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    Miami (AFP) - A man killed his daughter and six grandchildren, the youngest just three months old, in a mass shooting at a house in the US state of Florida.
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      WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Congress gave final approval on Thursday to President Barack Obama's plan for training and arming moderate Syrian rebels to battle Islamic State, a major part of his military campaign to "degrade and destroy" the militant group. […]
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      WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate approved President Barack Obama's plan for training and arming moderate Syrian rebels to battle Islamic State militants on Thursday, a major part of his military campaign to "degrade and destroy" the radical group. […]
    • Home Depot breach bigger than Target at 56 million cards
      BOSTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Home Depot Inc Thursday said some 56 million payment cards were likely compromised in a cyberattack at its stores, suggesting the hacking attack at the home improvement chain was larger than last year's unprecedented breach at Target Corp . […]
    • Oracle's Ellison steps aside, co-CEOs Catz and Hurd take over
      SAN FRANCISCO/SEATTLE (Reuters) - Larry Ellison, co-founder and leader of Oracle Corp for almost four decades, stepped aside as chief executive on Thursday, to be replaced by co-CEOs Safra Catz and Mark Hurd, but stressed that nothing at the business software company will change. […]
    • Islamic State shows captive British journalist in new video
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      WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Thursday was poised to approve President Barack Obama's plan for training and arming moderate Syrian rebels to battle Islamic State militants. […]
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