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Cambodia Says the Met Museum Has Dozens of Its Looted Antiquities
The country's culture minister cites new evidence, including the account of a reformed looter, to assert that numerous artifacts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art were stolen from ancient sites.
32 minutes ago
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Cambodia Says the Met Museum Has Dozens of Its Looted Antiquities
A Transporting and Cozy Biography of a Pottery Pioneer
In "The Radical Potter," Tristram Hunt writes about the life and times of Josiah Wedgwood, the man behind the brand once synonymous with fine china.
32 minutes ago
NY Times Arts
A Transporting and Cozy Biography of a Pottery Pioneer
How Literature by Black Authors Shaped One Scholar's Life
In "Read Until You Understand," Farah Jasmine Griffin explores how books have served as instruction manuals to guide her through difficulty and triumph.
24 hours ago
NY Times Arts
How Literature by Black Authors Shaped One Scholar's Life
Alan Cumming Took Ecstasy to Quell His Nerves on Tony Night, "and It Worked"
And other revelations from the actor's second memoir, "Baggage."
24 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Alan Cumming Took Ecstasy to Quell His Nerves on Tony Night, "and It Worked"
Here's Why Films Use Real Guns as Props on Set
Safety protocols for firearms on set are well established and straight forward, and injuries of any kind are rare.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
Here's Why Films Use Real Guns as Props on Set
Peter Scolari, "Newhart" and "Girls" Actor, Is Dead at 66
His first big break came as Tom Hanks's co-star on the TV comedy "Bosom Buddies" in the early 1980s. He also worked on the stage, occasionally on Broadway.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
Peter Scolari, "Newhart" and "Girls" Actor, Is Dead at 66
Edita Gruberova, Dazzling Soprano With Emotional Power, Dies at 74
A Slovak coloratura, she was a fixture at the opera houses of Vienna and Munich, artfully balancing technical brilliance with deep expression.
20 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Edita Gruberova, Dazzling Soprano With Emotional Power, Dies at 74
Dorothy Steel, Whose Big-Screen Career Had a Late Start, Dies at 95
She was cast in "Black Panther" at 90, not long after she began acting professionally. "As soon as we saw her," the movie's casting director said, "we wanted her."
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
Dorothy Steel, Whose Big-Screen Career Had a Late Start, Dies at 95
Indian Film Is Being Adapted Into a Broadway Musical
"Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge," a popular Hindi-language movie from 1995, will debut during the 2022-23 season.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
Indian Film Is Being Adapted Into a Broadway Musical
Review: In "An Evening of Hope," a Veteran Dancer Gets Personal
A program of works by the former Alvin Ailey member Hope Boykin is about stepping into a surer sense of herself.
1 day ago
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Review: In "An Evening of Hope," a Veteran Dancer Gets Personal
A graffiti tagger as a teen, he now designs for Fendi and Mercedes-Benz
Joshua Vides' creations have turned the former scofflaw graffitist into an illustrator and visual artist sought after by a growing list of global brands.
21 hours ago
LA Times Art
A graffiti tagger as a teen, he now designs for Fendi and Mercedes-Benz
L.A.'s memorial for 1871 Chinese Massacre will mark a shift in how we honor history
Two reports " by the city of L.A. and Monument Lab " reveal blind spots in how California marks its history. A memorial to the Chinese Massacre sets a new agenda.
1 day ago
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L.A.'s memorial for 1871 Chinese Massacre will mark a shift in how we honor history
Chenoweth, Bocelli, LED umbrellas and 7 more best bets for your weekend
Andrea Bocelli at the Bowl. Kristin Chenoweth and Megan Hilty at Segerstrom. A salute to Linda Ronstadt at the Soraya. LED umbrellas at the Music Center.
2 days ago
LA Times Art
Chenoweth, Bocelli, LED umbrellas and 7 more best bets for your weekend
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