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Tuesday’s Art Notes

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Deborah Eisenberg has won the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction for her recent Collected Stories, via Publishers Weekly.

Art Beat talked to Eisenberg in 2009.

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A legal dispute between the Ansel Adams Trust and a man claiming to have found a forgotten set of Adams glass negatives has been settled, via The Bay Citizen.

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Top mainstream pop songs are going where they haven’t gone before — freely using expletives that can’t be played on radio, via The New York Times.

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Donny George, 60, an Iraqi archaeology scholar who did much to protect Iraq’s antiquities during and after the 2003 U.S. invasion, died in Toronto, via The New York Times. George, a Christian, left Iraq in 2006 due to threats of violence and frustration over political interference in

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Hugh Martin, a composer and lyricist who penned some of Judy Garland’s most famous songs, died over the weekend at the age of 96, via The Washington Post.

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