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Monster Mash: Breaking news and headlines

April 10, 2009 |  9:24 am

PulitzerLet the speculation and attacks — begin: Buzz starts over the short list for the Pulitzer Prize in drama. So do the anti-campaigns.

Economic woes: Facing a multimillion-dollar deficit, Corcoran Gallery of Art lays off 18 staffers, but questions remain.

Name game: Help choose a moniker for the various pavilions in Chicago's Millennium Park.

Something's underfoot: A bit of a dust-up over LACMA's "guerrilla" sidewalk ads.

Supporing the arts: Mellon Foundation donates $1 million to help launch a classical music festival.

Many musicals: OCPAC announces its new theater season, which includes "Young Frankenstein," "Spring Awakening" and "Dreamgirls."

At your fingertips: UNESCO launches a new digital library to give Web visitors a view of the world.

Set in Southern California: New Athol Fugard play to premiere at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Conn.

Congratulations: Southern Californians win prestigious Guggenheim fellowships.

— Lisa Fung


 
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