Monster Mash: Breaking news and headlines
--Not for sale? Brandeis University President Jehuda Reinharz (pictured) raises the possibility that the $350-million art collection may not be sold after all. The Rose Art Museum, however, will close.
--Fear not, string players: There's no such medical ailment as "cello scrotum."
--Bob Workman, executive director of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, resigns.
--Slump on Broadway? Hardly -- 40 new shows are set to open.
--First evidence of damage to Gaza's culture sites emerges.
--Trumpeter Irving Bush, former Los Angeles Philharmonic manager, dies at 78.
--The signal of classical music radio station KUSC is not so "robust" at the moment.
--Curbed LA finds a bit of déjà vu in Daniel Libeskind's design for a downtown L.A. tower.
--San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre slashes $1.5 million from its budget and cuts staff; other Bay area groups are also tightening their belts.
--Madame Tussauds plans a wax figure of First Lady Michelle Obama.
--Cash only, please: Sotheby's stops accepting credit cards.
Photo: Brandeis University