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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCenturies ago, native people known as the Hohokam built an agricultural civilization on a stretch of desert known today as Arizona's Valley of the Sun. Some archaeologists believe the brutally arid climate forced the people to scatter in search of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMore than 60 of the most famous faces in the world will hang out at the Morgan Library & Museum in New York this winter. Pablo Picasso (right), Truman Capote, Janis Joplin and dozens of others populate "Close Encounters: Irving Penn's Portraits of Artists...
It is probably inadvisable to consume Howard Waldrop's "Other Worlds, Better Lives: Selected Long Fiction 1989-2003" (Old Earth: 280 pp., $15 paper) in one gulp. Waldrop has a pleasing style and wears his learning lightly; he pokes fun at those books...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A judge has frozen the personal assets of a Hamilton County woman accused of pocketing money from investors in a clean coal energy company. - More: Crime News Indiana Securities Commissioner Chris Naylor says Dorothy Geisler-...
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Sun ReporterNow every time I try to sleep I'm haunted by the sound Of firemen pounding up the stairs While we were running down. ... - from "The Bravest" by Tom Paxton Tom Paxton wrote "The Bravest" on Sept. 24, 2001 - a mere 13 days after the Twin Towers fell....
Times Staff WriterIf a more elegant and succinct explanation of what compels some people to go to art school has ever been filmed, I haven't seen it. Terry Zwigoff's "Art School Confidential" begins with a steady, mostly silent (except for a rhythmic pounding of fist on...
MERYLE SECREST is the author of "Duveen: A Life in Art."When Gerald Reitlinger published his seminal study, "The Economics of Taste," 40 years ago, the book — which charts the sales history of famous artists over a 200-year period — was all about the likes of Bellini, Vermeer and Raphael....
Special to the SentinelGoing once. Going twice." The gavel falls. "Sold to the highest bidder!" It's not a Sotheby's or Christie's auction, but rather a fine-art auction at sea. You won't find any Elvis on velvet, reproductions or posters. Cruise passengers can bid on...
Sentinel Staff WriterThe following is a list of art exhibits: Albin Polasek Museumand Sculpture Garden Museum hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays and 1-4 p.m. Sundays (Sept. 1-June 30); 633 Osceola Ave., Winter Park; $5 adults, $4 seniors, $3 students, free for...
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Sun StaffThe next time you meet a cicada, remember that the poor guy has been living underground for 17 years. Point out, though, that even as much has changed since its egg was deposited in 1987, much has stayed the same. Consider: 1987: Massachusetts'...
Sun StaffTalk about a place with low self-esteem. The city of Buffalo, whose name suggests oxen and whose dominant winter accessory is the snowbank, isn't big on promotion. Grab a taxi outside the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and ask the driver, "Say,...
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