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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA pair of professional arborists, licensed to climb and care for trees, were perched high in the branches of a 110-foot Monterey cypress in the Presidio park of San Francisco. Secured by harnesses and a web of rock-climbing ropes used for rappelling...
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Culture MonsterRick Norsigian's 10-year quest to prove that he turned up a trove of "lost" Ansel Adams photo negatives at a Fresno garage sale now has a rival explanation advanced by Norsigian's opponents: They were taken by a heretofore unknown photographer......
Culture MonsterA healthy helping of skepticism is useful when delving into an art-authentication controversy. That hasn't always been the case when it comes to the telling of the saga of Rick Norsigian and his purported $200 million worth of "lost" Ansel......
Culture Monster-- More doubt: Experts express more skepticism in the Ansel Adams controversy. (Los Angeles Times) -- Music of the night: The songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber will be available on the Xbox via a karaoke-style application. (The Stage UK) --......
Culture MonsterFor many, landscape photography need proceed no further than the majestic idylls of Ansel Adams, but in 1975, an exhibition titled âNew Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscapeâ presented a new approach to landscape that has quietly...
Culture Monster-- The great outdoors: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County will announce today it will be adding a 3.5-acre $30-million park with 11 themed areas that are designed to put the natural back in natural history. (Los Angeles......
Culture Monster-- Possible duet: The financially troubled Washington National Opera is considering a merger with the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. (The Wall Street Journal) -- Impasse: Contract talks with Detroit Symphony Orchestra musicians break down....
No one disputes that the 1975 exhibition "New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-altered Landscape" was a landmark show. Attendance at the George Eastman House in Rochester, N.Y., wasn't huge, and the presentation didn't introduce any unknown talent. But...
OutpostsBarring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following is a list of Southern California and Eastern Sierra waters, listed by county, that will be stocked with rainbow trout throughout the week of May 31 by the Department of Fish......
Culture Monster-- Still giving: BP said it will continue its sponsorship of cultural institutions in Britain -- including the 2012 Olympic Games in London -- despite the on-going oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (Bloomberg) -- Another extension: The weekend......
Brand X Files: Panasonic's $400 3-D camera. Anna Fermanova, newest sexy accused Russian spy. Google's rival to FacebookBrand XPanasonic introduces 3-D camcorder for consumers: It's not like you'll be able to create "Avatar" at your kid's birthday party, but it will close the gap ... somewhat. Camera will sell for under $400 in U.S. (Yahoo!)Ansel Adams heirs skeptical about...
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