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Fashion Mags Play the September Numbers Game

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Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Marie Claire, Glamour are down for the count.

The New-Yorkification of Chicago

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What graffiti artists do with their graphics Trump has done with his sign.

Sartorial Flair Should Flare Up More Often

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Inspiration from a pedestrian with a unique personal style.

A Portrait of Norman Mailer as a Visual Artist

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"What began as doodles on a small pad by the phone had evolved into something more serious."

The Late Isabella Blow: Fashion Icon and Trendsetter

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Somerset House exhibition celebrates the arbiter of avant-garde fashion.

8 Ways Artists Make Snow Less Miserable

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Ice Palaces, penguins, pretty paintings and AT-ATs all warm the heart.

Emotional Reactions to Art

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What some people look for in church, others find it in art

Celebrating Holidays with Opera and Art

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From live-streaming opera to Art Week 2013, Vienna sparkles with culture.

Politics and Paintings Stir Vienna

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A theater usher rebels, and Lucien Freud and Emil Nolde reign.

The Poor and Mighty

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Before art is beautiful or divine or anything else, it is manual labor.

Burgtheater Experiences the Bard and Debt

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National treasure, while honoring Hamlet's ghost, suffers specter of stark economy.

In Defense of Fantasy

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What does fantasy, specifically, offer us?

Artists Awakening to Copyright Law’s Importance

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Call for "next great Copyright Act" alerts creatives to coming change.

Surveillance State of the Arts

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Welcome to the Panopticon.

How Much is Bea Arthur in the Window?

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Stories about flashy, big-money art sales are the Nancy Grace of arts reporting.

Global Sprint: Dashing Look at Art Worldwide

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Art threatened in Scotland, warring in Russia, and "taped" in Indonesia.

The CIA and Manipulation of Art

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The Undercover Crew has utilized paintings from '50s to today.

Paintings Stolen? The Mafia? Why, Of Course.

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Brit art critic attributes all major art thefts to the mob.

Germans Foil Stolen Art Sell-Back Effort

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Picasso, Monet, Matisse, Gauguin heisted from Rotterdam museum.

Rembrandt’s Golden Age Glistens in Nashville

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Life during the 17th-century glory days of the Dutch Republic.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?