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Monster Mash: Daniel Radcliffe sets Broadway return date; fatwa issued against Seattle cartoonist

July 13, 2010 |  7:53 am

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-- Star power: The Broadway revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," starring Daniel Radcliffe, will open March 27, 2011, at the Al Hirschfeld Theater. (Playbill)

-- Death threat: A Seattle cartoonist has reportedly been placed on a hit list by a terrorist leader for having inspired  "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" (Seattle Times)

-- Historic exhibition: Artifacts from Saudi Arabia that have never left the country go on display at the Louvre in Paris. (Agence France-Presse)

-- Court case: Jury selection has begun in a case involving music critic Donald Rosenberg and The Cleveland Plain-Dealer. (New York Times)

-- Cashing that check: The Milwaukee Art Museum serves as a location for the filming of "Transformers 3." (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

-- New leader: The off-Broadway company Second Stage Theater has named Casey Reitz as its new executive director. (New York Times)

-- Stampede: The city of Pamplona, Spain, is to open a museum dedicated to its ritual of the running of the bulls. (Agence France-Presse)

-- Nationalist pride: Architects in Nigeria want the government to curb the presence of foreign architects in the country's building industry. (Dow Jones, via The Wall Street Journal)

-- Eye sore?: In Vermont, a 25-foot-tall outdoor sculpture of a dinosaur faces the wrath of neighbors and the local government. (Associated Press)

-- Standing up to management: Musicians of the Honolulu Symphony have rejected a "best and final" contract offer from management. (Honolulu Star Advertiser)

-- And in the L.A. Times: Theater critic Charles McNulty reviews "The Lieutenant of Inishmore," starring Chris Pine, at the Mark Taper Forum; the Orange County Museum of Art is rescuing a Jack Goldstein show scrapped by L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art.

-- David Ng

Photo: Daniel Radcliffe poses with fans at the Tony Awards. Credit: Lucas Jackson / Reuters

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