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A new show from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes takes viewers back to the Gilded Age. Here's what you should know about the era of excess.
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As new productions, including The Music Man, prove, there's plenty to learn from old favorites.
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Tour kicks off March 3 in Phoenix, Arizona, and wraps up April 14 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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“Mummies of the World,” a traveling exhibit parked at the Connecticut Science Center through Sept. 4, is a fascinating, educational exhibit showing mummified corpses from Egypt, Peru, Ecuador, Germany, Hungary, Brazil, the Netherlands and the United States. Mummies have existed for thousands of years. Some were mummified medically, such as Egyptian kings and holy men, who were embalmed to ...
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The Blue Boy’ is back in London after 100 yearsLocation: London, EnglandIt was painted by British artist Thomas Gainsborough in 1770The portrait will go on display at the National Galleryexactly a century after it was last shown publicly in London (SOUNDBITE)(English) DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL GALLERY, GABRIELE FINALDI, SAYING:"…..Blue Boy is not only one of the most famous pictures by Gainsborough, I think it's one of the most famous pictures in British art altogether.'’(SOUNDBITE)(English) DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL GALLERY, GABRIELE FINALDI, SAYING:"It is a remarkably beautiful picture, it's striking, it's moving, it's beautifully painted, it's enormously sort of romantic. Even when Gainsborough painted it, it was romantic because he was harking back to the sort of glorious painting of Van Dyck over a century before. So there's a huge amount sort of invested in this picture, and it's great to be able to show it here 100 years on."The painting had hung at the gallery for three weeks in 1922before it was bought by U.S. railroad magnate and art collector Henry E. Huntingtonand shipped across the AtlanticThe exhibition marks the first time it has been loaned outby the California-based Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens
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We may have had to say so-long to our in-depth and incredibly heartfelt Great British Bake Off Baking Show recaps, but here’s something to lift your little baker’s heart. The GBBO show is becoming a musical, reports People.
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A favorite of the high-fashion elite, Mugler's work crossed over into music as well, with many of the biggest artists in the world clamoring for his dramatic, statement-worthy pieces
Here are some of the expected highlights of Paris Couture Week, which runs from Jan. 24 to 27.
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The revolutionary musical phenomenon that took the world by storm in 2015, and first appeared in Des Moines on the Civic Center stage in 2018, is back again this May.
James Snyder was terminated following an investigation into a November complaint from a co-star, according to the Broadway production.
Art Directors Guild 2022 Nominations Headed by ‘Nightmare Alley,’ ‘Cruella,’ ‘No Time to Die,’ ‘In the Heights’
“Nightmare Alley,” “Cruella,” “No Time to Die” and “In The Heights” are among the top films recognized for excellence in production design in the 26th annual Art Directors Guild nominations. On Monday, the ADG announced nominations for this year’s awards show, which will return to a live ceremony on March 5 at the Intercontinental Hotel […]
The designer, who helped define 1980s power dressing and launched the phenomenon of celebrities-as-models, has died at the age of 73.
Netflix scored with the surprising "The Lost Daughter" and "Don't Look Up," as did Disney and Marvel with "Cruella" and "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings."
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The West Coast edition of the international fair returns to shine a spotlight on the LA art world.
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The folk legend's worldwide trek in support of 2020's Rough and Rowdy Ways commences this March. Bob Dylan Unveils “Never Ending Tour” Dates for Spring 2022 Abby Jones
An aura of economic growth and wealth permeates the new drama “The Gilded Age,” premiering Jan. 24 on HBO. Christine Baranski is Agnes van Rhijn, a socialite living in early-1880s New York City with her sister, Ada Brook, played by Cynthia Nixon. The sisters represent the old money of New York’s aristocracy as it was […]
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Anti-vaxx rally - latest: Outrage at RFK Jr Holocaust comments at vaccine mandate opponents gathering in DC
Covid-19 vaccine mandate opponents gathered today for a march in Washington, DC in an event organisers called “Defeat the Mandates: An American Homecoming”. Speeches included remarks from anti-vaccine activist Robert F Kennedy Jr, controversial doctor Robert Malone, and TV producer Del Bigtree, CEO of the anti-vaccination group Informed Consent Action Network. The event was billed as a gathering of those who oppose vaccine mandates, vaccines for children, and other pandemic requirements and restrictions, but most of the speakers are prominently against the vaccine itself.
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Richmond Art Museum will feature works by Amos Lemon Burkhart from Feb. 12 through April 2.
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