The bake-off is the latest in a series of at-home projects championed by museums closed during the pandemic that give people something to do while social distancing.
By Joshua Barajas
Brian Dennehy, the burly actor who started in films as a macho heavy and later in his career won plaudits for his stage work in plays by William Shakespeare, Anton Chekhov, Eugene O'Neill and Arthur Miller, has died. He was…
By Mark Kennedy, Associated Press
Here are some highlights of fall-winter 2020 shows.
By Thomas Adamson, Associated Press
The inflatable replica that rests on the lake’s solid surface isn’t a political statement, nor a throwback to the ending of 1969’s “Planet of the Apes,” but a decades-long tradition founded on a good laugh.
By Joshua Barajas
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
President Donald Trump on Tuesday backed away from his threats to target Iranian cultural sites if Iran retaliates against the U.S. for killing one of its top generals.
By Peter Orsi, Andrea Rodriguez, Associated Press
As founder and director of the National Ballet of Cuba, Alonso personified the island's arts program under Fidel Castro's communist rule and she kept vise-like control over the troupe past her 90th birthday despite being nearly blind for decades.
Chef Sean Sherman, founder of the company The Sioux Chef, uses ingredients native to the Americas to draw attention to the long-forgotten Native culinary tradition. His research and cooking are also a way to push back against processed foods that…
By Kathleen McCleery
Master artists from around the world gather in Santa Fe, New Mexico, each summer for the International Folk Art Market. The world's largest folk art market, it aims to preserve cultural traditions and foster economic opportunity. But it holds special…
"Paysage Bords de Seine" by Pierre-Auguste Renoir is an 1879 Impressionist style painting that was originally donated to the Baltimore Museum of Art by Saidie Adler May upon her death was missing for over 60 years until surfacing in…
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