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The art dealer Larry Gagosian and the Qatar royal family are disputing the ownership of a Picasso sculpture of his mistress, Marie-Thérèse, on view at MoMA. …read more Via: Important Picasso Bust at Center of Legal Fight Between Gagosian and
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An obsessive from the moment he first saw “Starman,” Nicholas Coleridge remembers his first and last Bowie concerts. …read more Via: David Bowie Changed My Life
Jim Rutenberg, chief political correspondent for the Sunday magazine, will fill the role last held by David Carr, who died in February. …read more Via: New York Times Names New Media Columnist
An old, one-sided feud heats up again. …read more Via: Donald Trump: “Who the Hell Wants to Woo” Megyn Kelly?