Monster Mash: Grand Avenue project faces more delays; Cleveland Museum of Art names new director
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Money trouble: The much-delayed Grand Avenue project in downtown Los Angeles faces another setback. (Los Angeles Times)
New appointment: The Cleveland Museum of Art names David Franklin as its new director. (The Plain Dealer)
Languishing: Two L.A.-area homes by Frank Lloyd Wright are having trouble finding buyers. (Los Angeles Times)
Slowly but surely: Conductor Seiji Ozawa, who has been recovering from cancer treatment, plans to make a gradual comeback. (Reuters)
Protest: Two Israeli actors are refusing to travel with the country’s national theater company to perform in a new cultural center in the West Bank. (New York Times)
Major endeavor: Opera Australia is planning its first ‘Ring’ cycle production for 2013 in partnership with the Houston Grand Opera. (The Age)
Unchained melody: A new musical based on the 1990 movie ‘Ghost’ is set to open in the U.K. in 2011. (Variety)
Also in the L.A. Times: Art critic Christopher Knight further scrutinizes early designs for Eli Broad’s planned museum in downtown Los Angeles.
-- David Ng