Monster Mash: Kelsey Grammer looks Broadway bound; Olympic artists debate free speech; Warhol's 'Heinz 57'
-- Star turn: Actor Kelsey Grammer appears set to return to Broadway in the revival of "La Cage aux Folles." (New York Post)
-- Creative liberty: A free-speech debate has arisen among artists who will be involved with the arts-festival portion of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. (Globe and Mail)
-- Art theft: More details emerge around the recent recovery of Andy Warhol's "Heinz 57" creation. (New York Daily News)
-- Temper, temper: British actor Ian Hart faced police action after he reportedly screamed threats at a theater patron. (Times Online)
-- Vertigo: Officials are exploring the idea of opening off-limits areas of the Golden Gate Bridge to tourists. (San Francisco Chronicle)
-- Toting signs in Paris: Workers at the Centre Pompidou in Paris have decided to prolong their strike over planned job cuts. (Agence France Presse)
-- Will she sing? Julie Andrews is scheduled to return to the London stage for a one-evening performance May 8. (Playbill)
-- Coda: Classical-music scholar H.C. Robbins Landon has died at age 83 in France. (Telegraph)
-- And in the L.A. Times: A photo showing a nude Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate is heading for auction; music critic Mark Swed reviews the Berlin Philharmonic at Disney Hall; a Sam Francis reunion at the Norton Simon Museum.
-- David Ng
Photo: Kelsey Grammer at a recent performance of Cirque du Soleil's "Kooza" in Santa Monica. Credit: Robyn Beck / AFP/Getty Images