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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Royal Academy Of Arts
Art exhibitions abroad are coming to a cinema near you.
London Olympic organizers say former Beatle Paul McCartney and other star performers who took part in Friday's opening ceremony essentially donated their time — receiving a mere $1.57 for their performances.
Costas Karras, a popular actor and former conservative politician, died Sunday in Athens of complications from cancer, his family announced. He was 75.
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian authorities canceled a major exhibition of French and Russian paintings set to open in London in January, fearing authorities could seize the art to settle private legal claims, a Russian museum official said yesterday.