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Yesterday the paper came down from the windows of Chefs Club, the restaurant where Food & Wine will soon host a rotating roster of some of its favorite chefs from across the country for guest stints. A bubbling stockpot, suspended in glass a la Damien Hirst, directly above the entrance. Enormous chunk of what appears to be pink Himalayan salt, also encased in glass.
CLEVELAND— Spanish superchef Ferran Adrià, of elBulli fame, will visit the Museum of Contemporary Art on Sunday, November 16 to usher in the new exhibit "Ferran Adrià: Notes on Creativity." Tickets to chef Adria's discussion with author Michael Ruhlman cost $20 for museum members and $30 for non-members. NEW ORLEANS— Monday marked the opening of the Southern Food and Beverage Museum and its sister museum, the Museum of the American Cocktail. Not all of the museums' exhibits are completely installed, but it currently houses a demonstration kitchen and a gallery, while the Museum of the American Cocktail boasts exhibits of mixology's origins to the present day.
By Alexandria Sage PARIS (Reuters) - Pablo Picasso once boasted: "Give me a museum and I'll fill it." That wager has been frustrated in Paris for five years, however, as repeated delays, infighting and controversy have marked the renovation of one of the world's largest collections of one of the 20th century's most influential artists. Now the long-awaited reopening - pushed back twice already in the past year - is finally in sight for Oct. 25, the birthday of Picasso, who was born in 1881 in Malaga, Spain but spent most of his adult life in France before his death in 1973. ...
Marvel and the estate of Jack Kirby have settled a long-running copyright ownership dispute concerning characters he co-created in the 1960s, including The Incredible Hulk and The Fantastic Four, the two sides declared on Friday. Kirby's litigation, which invoked a change in the law made in the 1976 Copyright Act, sought to terminate his grant of copyright to Marvel for more than 250 works published over a five-year span. Marvel contended that Kirby had performed the work "for hire," initiated by Marvel and under the editorial direction of a staff employee, editor Stan Lee.