Monster Mash: Breaking news and headlines
-- Seriously? For a chair?: A 1920s leather armchair sells for a record $28 million at auction of Yves Saint Laurent's art collection.
-- Economy strikes again: Center Theatre Group delays "Lieutenant of Inishmore" at Mark Taper Forum.
-- Betting on controversy: Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego rents artwork to Vegas casino gallery.
-- Museum woes: Philadelphia Museum of Art cuts exhibitions, staff, salaries and may raise admission fees.
-- Hometown girl returns: Evan Rachel Wood set to star in "Romeo and Juliet" at Theatre in the Park in Raleigh, N.C.
-- A twofer deal: Museum of Contemporary Art Denver names a new director and announces a merger.
-- Blame the freeloaders: Theatre @ Boston Court replaces "pay what you wish" with $5 tickets.
-- Here and gone: Sanaa, designer of New York's New Museum of Contemporary Art, is selected for Serpentine Gallery's temporary pavilion in Kensington Gardens.
-- You are what you view: Are Broadway theatergoers getting more sophisticated and intellectual?
Photo: Would you pay $28 million for this circa 1920 leather-upholstered armchair by Irish-born French designer Eileen Gray? Credit: Bloomberg News