Archive for February, 2012

340-ton rock begins rolling to LA for art’s sake (AP)

AP – After months of preparation, a massive boulder has begun its 105-mile journey to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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Vernal soldier has Army’s best shot

In the 2011 U.S. Army Photo of the Year, Pfc. Kevin March kneels atop a cliff overlooking the Arghandab River Valley to provide security for his squad as they climb up the cliff from the valley below in the Arghandab district, Afghanistan, Jan.

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Stein family impact on avant-garde French art on show

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Few people have had more influence on the impact of avant-garde art in early 20th century Paris and the careers of Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse than the writer and collector Gertrude Stein and her siblings.

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Man gets prison for NY part of art-theft spree (AP)

AP – A wine steward who served time in California after going on a bicoastal binge of plucking pricey art off gallery walls and using it to adorn his own home was sentenced Tuesday to prison in New York.

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Sony Cyber-Shot HX200V with 30X optical zoom

Standing at the top of Sony’s H-series the Sony HX200V features a 30X optical zoom that captures an image from an 18 Megapixel CMOS sensor.

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