- The Art NewspaperJan 14 12:12 AM
Editors and contributors share $25,000 biennial award, this year backed by the Broad Foundation
- New York TimesFeb 05 03:03 AM
What you need to know if you’re on a trip or planning one soon, including a cultural package in Los Angeles and deals in the South Pacific.
- The Province - BC - VictoriaFeb 04 03:38 PM
The Sun’s book club is discussing Vancouver author Anakana Schofield’s new novel, Martin John, which was shortlisted for the Giller Prize. We will be chatting online with Schofield at noon on Feb. 26. Plan to join the conversation at vancouversun.com/books. If you’d like a free copy of Schofield’s novel, we have two to give away. Enter to receive them by emailing email@example.com.
- The Wall Street JournalFeb 01 07:42 PM
Aka slivovitz, this fiery spirit is often sipped ice-cold. Author Blake Bailey further reflects on how, in his youth, eaux de vie like this offered solace to Oklahomans.
- UPIFeb 03 12:31 AM
By United Press International On Feb. 3, 1924, Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president of the United States, died at his home in Washington, D.C., at the age of 67.
- Miami HeraldJan 13 12:53 PM
Confession: I was a worldly transplant from a Northern suburb, sitting at a chic Miami café, circa 1990. I was ordering a cup of coffee and a croissant, when the waitress asked, “What kind of coffee?” … Click to Continue »
- New York TimesJan 09 08:59 PM
Ms. Allen appeared on and off Broadway when New York theater was not especially welcoming to black performers, and she helped integrate network television.
- The Huffington PostFeb 05 12:27 PM
Multiple news outlets reported in the past two weeks that students at the University of Oregon nearly removed a Martin Luther King Jr. quote from a campus building because it was not inclusive enough. That's entirely false. The whole thing started with a story in the campus newspaper, the Daily Emerald , under the headline "Martin Luther King Jr. quote in the EMU will return after construction...
- The Wall Street JournalFeb 01 07:53 AM
With the inauguration of the new Met Breuer building, the leadership at the Metropolitan Museum of Art aims to expand its contemporary collection with its debut exhibition, ‘Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible.’ Can it succeed among so many of New York’s rival curators and collectors?
- CBS NewsJan 08 05:12 PM
A new memoir and museum exhibit capture the writer whose zest for adventure (and for translating it to literature) was insatiable
- related to Gertrude Stein