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Face Time with 'Spacetime,' Artist Jay Mark Johnson

Jul 25, 2013  |   Contributor: Victor and Mary

It is one thing to meet an artist at an opening or read an article describing their work. It’s even more insightful to enter their studio and workspace. An invitation into an artist’s home on the other hand reveals that much more in terms of where the individual is coming from…and going.... Read More

On Eric Roberts' Perfect Summer: Surfing, Life Lessons and Broccoli

Jul 22, 2013  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

When Eric Roberts was cast in his latest movie, the filming location was familiar, but the role was not. Accustomed to playing thugs, murderers, druggies, hotheads and just plain bad guys in dozens of films -- including “The Dark K... Read More

Dave Koz and Friends Smooth Summer Sounds

Jul 18, 2013  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Dave Koz is bringing saxy back. The Grammy®-nominated saxophonist is everywhere this summer, taking his smooth jazz sounds on the road, across the seas, and to the top of the charts.... Read More

Bible Notated by Einstein Auctions for $68,500, Far Exceeds Pre-Sale Estimates

Jul 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

Since Gutenberg first printed the Bible, there have been hundreds of millions of copies sold. The exact numbers are impossible to tell, but, it may very well be the most popular book in the history of humanity. So how much could one copy possibly be worth? That depends on who it belonged to, and this copy was the property of one of the leading minds in modern history; Albert Einstein.... Read More

Original Batman Cover Art Projected to Sell for $500K at Auction

Jul 9, 2013  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Two Batman pieces will be the main attractions at Heritage Auctions’ Comic and Comic Art Signature Auction in early August — with each of the two graded pieces expected to net around $500,000. The two pieces consist of the highest-graded copy of Batman #1, ever certified in 9.2 grade, and Frank Miller’s original cover art for The Dark Knight Returns #2, 1986. As projected by the auctioneer, the dynamic duo will fetch a half-million each. Heritage Auctions points out that this is a worthy follow-up to its groundbreaking Dark Knight series offered by Heritage in the last year.... Read More

Johnny Depp's 9 Best Underrated Films

Jul 2, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  3 Comments

Whether or not he's comfortable with it yet, Johnny Depp is a megastar and he will be until the day he dies. The 50-year-old actor (yes, he's 50) has starred in so many fantastic films that it can be tough to keep track of them all.... Read More

 
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