The last time the United States saw a Piero di Cosimo retrospective was in 1938, a few months before Germany invaded Prague. More showcase than retrospective, the exhibition consisted of seven paintings at Schaeffer Galleries, a small but important New York gallery that specialized in old master works and sold numerous masterpieces to museums throughout the United States.
British-American pop rock band Fleetwood Mac, performing before a sold-out crowd Friday night at the Verizon Center in the District of Columbia, was in a celebratory mood for reaching a four-decade milestone and for the return of keyboardist/vocalist Christie McVie to the lineup for the first time since 1999.
Jeff Kyle, the brother of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle, has responded to director Michael Moore’s Twitter post calling snipers “cowards.”
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick reportedly wore a bright red T-shirt emblazoned with the words “Don’t Tread on Me” to the Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday.
Late-night HBO talk show host Bill Maher blasted President Obama on Friday night for clamping down too hard on journalists, calling him the “worst” president on issues of press freedom.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh came out swinging against a Washington Post piece that invited readers to compare the size of their homes to Mitt Romney’s — but failed to mention the similarly lush residences of leading Democrats such as Nancy Pelosi or Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Actor Stephen Fry has some choice words for God if he ever finds himself at the pearly gates.