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ICYMI: Al Green's Performance Blows Letterman Away, 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Recreated, Uzbek Museum Replaces Art with Copies, Most Expensive Women Artists, The Perfect Concert Hall

By Jaime Prisco j.prisco@classicalite.com on Dec 16, 2014 05:09 PM EST

Be it classical music, jazz, theater and dance or even art, film or literature, news still gets packed fresh and tight here at Classicalite.

So, we have some leftover headlines.

To wit, in order to keep our readers abreast of each of those arts, C-lite has compiled the best headlines — those stories, those people ... those URLs getting clicked.

Here, then, is Classicalite's In Case You Missed It:

"Watch Al Green Blow David Letterman's Mind with 'Late Show' Performance," by Rolling Stone

"Designers Recreated Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel IRL," by The Huffington Post

"Uzbek Museum Sold Off All Its Major Art and Replaced It with Copies," by The Guardian

"Who Are the Most Expensive Women Artists at Auction?" by The Huffington Post

"A Tale of Two Cités: Can the Philharmonie de Paris Bridge the Social Divide?" by The Guardian

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