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Monster Mash: Ancient Jerusalem road found; Architecture for Humanity in Haiti; blizzard doesn't stop Broadway

February 10, 2010 |  9:57 am

Jerusalem  -- Road less taken: Archaeologists have discovered a 1,500-year-old Jerusalem street that was once used by pilgrims. (Agence France-Presse)

-- Pitching in: Architecture for Humanity lends a helping hand in Haiti. (Bloomberg)

-- Show must go on: Broadway shows are still a go Wednesday despite the blizzard that has hit the East Coast. (Playbill)

-- Box-office blues: The Philadelphia Orchestra suffers weak ticket sales, compounding its financial woes. (New York Times)

-- Hide and tweet: An artist is using Twitter to direct the public to find where he has left his paintings. (Chicago Tribune)

-- Blockbuster show: The Seattle Art Museum will be the first stop on a tour of a major Pablo Picasso exhibition. (Seattle Times)

-- Lawsuit: Sotheby's is suing two Chinese buyers over nonpayment on antiques won at a Hong Kong sale. (Bloomberg)

-- Stepping down: A top executive at the Young Vic theater in London has quit after only three months on the job. (The Stage)

-- And in the L.A. TimesHollywood sign coverup is part of a campaign to purchase Cahuenga Peak; students surprised with new instruments ... and a Jamie Foxx sighting.

-- David Ng

Photo: Workers with the Israel Antiquities Authority excavate an ancient road that was discovered at an archaeological site in the Old City of Jerusalem. Credit: Menahem Kahana / AFP/Getty Images

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