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Rules Are Meant to Be Broken Apr. 28, 2018

The Art of Design

Interior design and decorating are somewhat bound by rules developed overtime to regulate housekeepi... Read More

Whatever the Left Touches it Ruins Apr. 10, 2018

Dennis Prager

The only way to save Western civilization is to convince more people that leftism — not libera... Read More

Advice About an Art Investment Aug. 30, 2017

Taking Stock

Dear Mr. Berko: I've been given the opportunity to invest in Treasure Investments Corp. by CEO Mark ... Read More

Rearrangement Can Help Jun. 07, 2017

Classic Zig Ziglar

John Adams, one of our country's founding fathers, pointed out that the word "reactive" and the word... Read More

Splendid Gifts for Young Readers and Art Lovers Sep. 30, 2016

Kids' Home Library

It's almost the time of the year for gift giving. Here are a few new books teeming with retro art an... Read More

Castles, Cathedrals, Christmas Markets and Fine Companions on the Rhine Sep. 17, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Priscilla Lister Traveling by myself on a December Viking river cruise down the Rhine was one of ... Read More

Art Stars in a Gallery of New Children's Books Sep. 02, 2016

Kids' Home Library

It's never too early to introduce kids to iconic art. These new books feature an interactive collect... Read More

Aunt Must Break Off Affair With Nephew Jul. 06, 2016

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I am a 47-year-old woman, married almost 30 years, and I have two grown sons. For the pa... Read More

Subsidized Painting by the Numbers May. 27, 2016

Tim Graham

Pardon us if you've heard this routine one too many times. Barbara Hollingsworth of CNS News reporte... Read More

HBO's Fetish for Mapplethorpe Apr. 08, 2016

Tim Graham

HBO shocked the world on April 4 by unveiling a 100-minute documentary honoring the legacy and legis... Read More

World Heritage, Art and David Hockney in Saltaire Mar. 19, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Athena Lucero What do Saltaire and artist David Hockney have in common? Their roots are firmly pl... Read More

Artfully Chosen Feb. 20, 2016

The Art of Design

Exactly how does one buy art? Is there any right or wrong way to start an art collection? Well, ther... Read More

Celebrate the Impressionist Festival in Normandy, France Jan. 09, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Patricia Woeber We go to museums to enrich our lives. We look, we wonder. How did Claude Monet ma... Read More

Strike a Pose Jan. 04, 2016

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: My wife and I are recently married, and we moved to a new town a year ago. Our neighbor ... Read More

Award-winning, Classy Books as Holiday Gifts Dec. 11, 2015

Kids' Home Library

Need a gift for a child that will last years and offer art appreciation, education, imagination and ... Read More

The Seine: Inspiration of the Impressionists Dec. 06, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Patricia Woeber "I'm in love with Monet, but he doesn't know it," I said to a friend. He said, "G... Read More

Pasadena: Oasis of Art and History Nov. 28, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Karen Kenyon Pasadena, a city within Los Angeles County, is a fascinating place with its own tone... Read More

For Beaches and Architecture, It's Hard to Beat Barcelona Nov. 21, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block A maze of twisted, narrow streets and alleyways is hemmed in by gray, age-worn medie... Read More

Neanderthal Man Rocks Sep. 04, 2014

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

WASHINGTON — When I read the other day about those cross-hatched engravings found by archaeolo... Read More

Mickey Mouse

Aug. 28, 2014