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Monuments Men

Art in honor of George Floyd and Black Lives Matter has popped up all over Los Angeles. “It’s my way...

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Essential Arts: The memory of George Floyd lives on in murals

Art in honor of George Floyd and Black Lives Matter has popped up all over Los Angeles. “It’s my way...

discovered 3 weeks ago on Los Angeles Times

Perspective | German Jews ‘sold’ silver to the Nazis. Why does the U.S. want Germany to keep it?

A German government agency grandly titled “The Advisory Commission for the Return of Cultural Property Seized as a Result of Nazi Persecution, Especially Jewish Property,” ruled in 2014 that ...

discovered 3 weeks ago on Washington Post

Seeing is believing, &c.

She was 92.> > ...

discovered 1 month ago on National Review via Yahoo News

There's a new No. 1 at Big Moroccan Theatre

Legend says Thomas Tusser published “A Hundred Good Points of Husbandry” (1557) that produced the old adage, “April showers bring May flowers.”...

discovered 1 month ago on Dothan Eagle

Twin Creek Cinema creates makeshift drive-in; double features will play all weekend

The summer blockbuster calendar is blank until July, but you can still catch a movie at the theater...

discovered 1 month ago on Omaha World-Herald

Weird movie coincidences

In the drama business, sometimes art imitates life. Often that’s intentional (think biopics and historical dramas). Sometimes, it’s not. But even more...

discovered 1 month ago on The Spokesman-Review

Motoko Fujishiro Huthwaite, 'a force of nature' who helped preserve WWII artifacts, spent final days...

Motoko Fujishiro Huthwaite, when asked, would describe herself as a “simple, Japanese woman.” • Was...

discovered 1 month ago on The News-Herald

Last woman in group known for saving cultural treasures during and after World War II dies of...

Motoko Fujishiro Huthwaite, the last of a group of women who worked to preserve art and cultural...

discovered 1 month ago on The Hill


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