Monster Mash: Annie Leibovitz still negotiating loan repayment; Jordan Roth takes over Jujamcyn Theaters; iPhone becomes popular musical toy
-- In talks: Photographer Annie Leibovitz is reportedly still negotiating with her creditor, Art Capital, after a deadline passed on Tuesday to repay her $24-million loan.
-- Moving up: Jordan Roth is taking over as head of Broadway's Jujamcyn Theaters, succeeding Rocco Landesman who was appointed chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts.
-- Search is on: San Diego Museum of Art has named four interim leaders as it looks for a permanent replacement for Derrick Cartwright.
-- Digital sounds: Musicians are finding a lot to love about several instrumental applications designed for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch.
-- Setting a date: The 2010 Tony Awards will take place on June 13 at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
-- Honored: Director Mel Brooks, opera singer Grace Bumbry, actor Robert De Niro and musician Bruce Springsteen will receive the 2009 Kennedy Center Honors.
-- Legal wrangling: Jewish heirs have settled a seven-year dispute with a Swedish museum over an Emil Nolde painting that was looted by the Nazis.
-- Shipping news: A proposed cargo port in Venice, Italy, is prompting criticism from preservationists.
-- All about him: Singer-pianist Michael Feinstein is headed for Broadway in "All About Me."
-- Lifeline: The financially troubled Pittsburgh Symphony receives a $1-million gift from its board chairman.
-- Dance on film: Members of the New York City Ballet work to create a screen version of Jerome Robbins' "N.Y. Export: Opus Jazz."
-- David Ng
Photo: Annie Leibovitz. Credit: Associated Press