Monster Mash: Picasso theft; more arts for Obamas; Hadid wins Cairo job; Adam Lambert on '10 Commandments'
--Internet helps search: Picasso sketchbook worth $11 million is stolen from glass case in Paris museum.
--Major commission: Architect Zaha Hadid beats Norwegian firm Snohetta in competition for Cairo "exhibition city."
--Back to Broadway?: Revival of "Babes in Arms," starring Rosie O'Donnell, in the works.
--Don't mock the injured: Reps for injured Tonys performer Bret Michaels of Poison criticize the Tonys organization, host Neil Patrick Harris.
--Latest work: 100-year-old Swiss artist unveils mural at U.N. building in Geneva.
--Sushigate continues: Arbitration face-off between "Speed-the-Plow" producers and former star Jeremy Piven resumes this week
--Blocking the wrecking ball: Town & Country Center in downtown Palm Springs tapped for historic designation, hindering plans for new mall.
--Tear-down rules: Los Angeles Planning Commission considers major changes to preservation ordinance.
--Speedier than SAG: St. Louis Symphony Orchestra negotiates a new three-year contract.
--'Cautious optimism': Eli Broad browses Art Basel offerings with MOCA curator Paul Schimmel.
--34,000 performances: Edinburgh Fringe announces its lineup and plans to avoid ticketing problems.
--Another one bites the dust: Broadway's "Guys and Dolls' posts closing notice.
--Another Twitter gimmick (ha ha): Comedy night in 140 characters or less.
Caption: Nobuyuki Tsujii of Japan performs with the Takacs Quartet during the semifinal round of the 13th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. Credit: AP Photo / Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Joyce Marshall