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Monster Mash: new Van Gogh painting; 'Evita' eyes Broadway; New York's Ohio Theatre to close

February 24, 2010 |  8:59 am

Vangogh -- Masterpiece: A painting that was recently authenticated as a work by Vincent Van Gogh goes on display in the Netherlands. (NRC Handelsblad)

-- Looking likely: A revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Evita" appears to be heading to Broadway. (New York Post)

-- Farewell: The Ohio Theatre, a highly respected New York venue located in the SoHo neighborhood, is set to close its doors. (Playbill)

-- Taking to the streets: Artists in Beijing said they have protested the forced demolition of their homes and studios by marching through the capital city. (New York Times)

-- Censorship?: Another artist claims that her work was pulled from a city operated facility in Temecula. (Press-Enterprise)

-- Rocky start: The new Museum of Liverpool is hit with a fine for blocking a waterfront view. (BBC News)

-- Public artwork: The National Museum of Women in the Arts is planning to turn a Washington D.C. corridor into a sculpture alley. (Washington Post)

-- On the brink: A British museum that holds a collection on Beatrix Potter works faces financial difficulties and could close. (BBC News)

-- And in the L.A. Times: Architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne looks into the new U.S. embassy planned for Britain; Sting will make a Hollywood Bowl appearance with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.

-- David Ng

Photo: "Le Blute-Fin Mill," a newly authenticated work by Vincent Van Gogh. Credit: Associated Press