Monster Mash: Breaking news and headlines
--Just in time for Earth Day: Check out the public art exhibit "Cool Globes:: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet" at Exposition Park though July 23.
-- He says, she says: Lindsay Lohan reportedly tells "Peepshow" director Jerry Mitchell that she wants to be in his Vegas strip show. Reed Johnson's review suggests the production could use an injection.
-- "Britain's Got Talent" update: "Les Miserables" lyricist Alain Boublil gives "Britain's Got Talent" contestant Susan Boyle the thumbs up. Some grow tired of "I Dreamed a Dream," but there's new competition -- 12-year-old Shaheen Jafargholi -- and a new song to hear over and over again.
-- Placido to the rescue: Britain's Royal Opera recruits Placido Domingo, left, to help ride out the recession.
-- Controversy over corpses: "The appropriate place for the corpse, according to the law, is the cemetery," a Paris judge says as he shuts down "Our Bodies" exhibit of plasticized cadavers.
-- Dancing away: Oakland Ballet Company artistic director Ronn Guidi resigns.
-- Decession: Boston Public Library trims holdings, but not because of the economy, it says.
-- Neil Patrick Harris fans rejoice: A "Dr. Horrible" sequel is taking shape -- is a theatrical version in the future?
-- Old bones: Field Museum researchers help discover two new dinosaur species in China's Gobi Desert.
-- Tweet stuff: Twitter opera contest returns for a second round -- with prizes.
-- Lisa Fung
Top photo: Visitors to the Rose Garden at Exposition Park view one of 50 globes, part of a public art project, "Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet"
Bottom photo: Placido Domingo. Credit: Andrew Medichini / Associated Press