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'Friends' reunion special could be headed for HBO Max - Hollywood media

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Tue, 12 Nov 2019 21:21:42 -0500

Could "Friends" be getting back together, if only for a one night stand?

Rare portrait of teenage Mozart to be auctioned in Paris

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Tue, 12 Nov 2019 13:40:15 -0500

A rare portrait of Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart will be sold by British auction house Christie's on Nov. 27 in Paris at an estimated price of between 800,000 euros and 1.2 million euros ($882,000-$1.32 million).

Attack on Canadian miner in Burkina Faso threatens gold’s final frontier

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Fri, 08 Nov 2019 02:14:18 -0500

As jihadists wreaked ever more havoc in the last two years, mining firms in Burkina Faso rolled out extra security measures, from barracks for government troops protecting them to safe rooms for workers behind barbed wire and mounds.

Wanted: Artists to live and work in Lagos, Nigeria

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Thu, 07 Nov 2019 18:31:59 -0500

(This 4th November story is refiled to fix punctuation in name of foundation)

Hidden Banksy mural to be uncovered in heart of London's Notting Hill

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Tue, 05 Nov 2019 07:08:01 -0500

A Banksy mural, covered up by builders' hoarding and scaffolding for the past few months, will be uncovered on Monday in the heart of London's Notting Hill area.

Ancient treasures go on display in London Tutankhamun exhibition

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Fri, 01 Nov 2019 15:11:50 -0400

Treasures from the tomb of boy-king Tutankhamun will go on show in London from Saturday as part of what organizers say will be their last world tour before they return to Egypt for good.

As wildfire rages, LA's 'fire proof' Getty Museum sees no risk to art

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Tue, 29 Oct 2019 19:13:43 -0400

When a fast-moving wildfire licked up to the fringes of the sprawling Getty Center complex on Tuesday, the staff of the Los Angeles museum betrayed no sign of panic, confident that its priceless art was safe and secure within its walls.

Getty fire in LA likely caused by tree branch falling on power lines: fire officials

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Tue, 29 Oct 2019 19:13:43 -0400

A major wildfire burning in Los Angeles near the famed Getty Center art museum was likely sparked by a tree branch falling on power lines in high winds, fire officials said on Tuesday.

Russia's Lukoil, Hungary's MOL to sign dirty oil settlement: sources

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Mon, 28 Oct 2019 11:44:31 -0400

Russian oil producer Lukoil and Hungarian energy company MOL are set to sign a settlement deal over contaminated oil during Russian President Putin's visit to Budapest this week, four industry sources told Reuters.

Booker Prize winner Evaristo hopes to build ties with African and British readers

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Mon, 28 Oct 2019 10:23:25 -0400

Author Bernardine Evaristo hopes her Booker Prize-winning novel will help to alter perceptions of black British people among African readers and Britons she sees as grappling with heightened racial tension.

EU agrees Brexit delay to January 31, eyes formal approval on Tuesday

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Mon, 28 Oct 2019 06:23:27 -0400

The European Union agreed on Monday to delay Brexit until Jan.31, said the bloc's chairman, Donald Tusk.

Long-lost Italian Renaissance painting sells for 24 million euros

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Sun, 27 Oct 2019 11:55:23 -0400

A long-lost painting by 13th century Italian master Cimabue that was found in the kitchen of an elderly French woman was sold for 24 million euros ($26.6 million), more than four times the pre-auction estimate, auction Acteon house said on Sunday.

Intrigue over absent masterpiece as da Vinci show opens doors

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Thu, 24 Oct 2019 11:39:49 -0400

A major exhibition marking 500 years since the death of Leonardo da Vinci opened in Paris on Thursday but there was intrigue over whether the "Salvator Mundi" painting of Christ, one of the best-known works attributed to the master, would make a late appearance.

Sculptor transforms Rome's dead trees into art

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Mon, 21 Oct 2019 08:18:23 -0400

Andrea Gandini, a 22-year-old Roman sculptor, is making a growing name for himself by turning the Eternal City's dead tree stumps into much-admired pieces of art.

Gojek CEO quits to join Indonesian cabinet, replacements named

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Mon, 21 Oct 2019 05:54:55 -0400

Gojek CEO and co-founder Nadiem Makarim said on Monday he had resigned to join Indonesia's new cabinet, and the ride-hailing and payments company said two senior executives would jointly take over running operations of the $10 billion firm.

At home of Mona Lisa, a retrospective on da Vinci's life and work

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Sun, 20 Oct 2019 11:22:35 -0400

France's Louvre museum, home to Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, is putting the final touches to one of the biggest ever exhibitions of the Italian master's work with the presence of the world's most expensive painting agonizingly unresolved.

Fate of Japan's imperial dynasty rests on shoulders of 13-year-old

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Sat, 19 Oct 2019 06:13:22 -0400

When Japan's youngest prince, Hisahito, visited Bhutan in August on his first overseas trip just months after his uncle Naruhito became emperor, his trip was regarded as the debut of a future monarch on the world stage.

Why does art matter? Banksy asks, offering originals for the right answer

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Fri, 18 Oct 2019 08:56:17 -0400

British street artist Banksy is selling a Union Jack stab vest, riot helmet 'disco balls' and a 'designer handbag' made from a brick to randomly selected buyers who can answer the question: "Why does art matter?".

Swedish Academy defends choice for 2019 Nobel literature prize

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Thu, 17 Oct 2019 07:56:38 -0400

The Swedish Academy has defended its decision to award the 2019 Nobel Prize for Literature to Austrian writer Peter Handke, saying he had made provocative comments but had not supported bloodshed.

'Invisible' Bosnians born of wartime rape use art to find their voice

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Tue, 15 Oct 2019 09:00:58 -0400

Ajna Jusic, the first baby to be registered as born of rape during the Bosnian war in the 1990s, describes to a packed Sarajevo theatre the discrimination and bullying she endured as a child with an unknown father and a mother branded a "whore" in a deeply patriarchal society.