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Monster Mash: Ansel Adams lawsuits resolved; Pasadena Playhouse announces new season

March 16, 2011 |  7:50 am

Pasadena Making nice: The Ansel Adams Trust and Rick Norsigian have settled their lawsuits over disputed "lost negatives." (Los Angeles Times)

Ramping up: The Pasadena Playhouse, still recovering from financial woes, has announced that its new season will feature five productions. (Los Angeles Times)

For sale: Kay Saatchi, the ex-wife of leading British art mogul Charles Saatchi, is selling off part of her own collection at a Christie's auction in June. (Reuters)

Acquired: The Cleveland Museum of Art has announced recent additions to its collections. (Art Daily)

There goes the neighborhood: Some residents of New York's Lower East Side aren't happy about an art gallery that shows racy works. (CBS New York)

Looking good: Helsinki, Finland, has been named World Design Capital 2012 by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design. (Art Newspaper)

Home tour: A profile of William G. Allman, the White House's chief curator. (New York Times)

For laughs: A new operatic movie satirizes the life of former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. (Toronto Star)

Also in the L.A. Times: The Ahmamson Theatre's 2011-12 season will feature "War Horse" and a new revival of "Funny Girl."

-- David Ng

Photo: The Pasadena Playhouse. Credit: Stefano Paltera / For The Times