ICYMI: Ballerina Brings Balance, Museum of the Future, Pompeii Showing Exhibit Full of Stolen Items, Pablo Neruda's Death Case Reopened, James Patterson's Book Self-Destructs
This past week has be jammed with news of Pompeii looters, a museum of the future, ballerina life coaches, Pablo Neruda's maybe murder and a self-destructing James Patterson book.
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:
"5 ways thinking like a ballerina can bring balance to your life," by The Huffington Post
"The museum of the future is here," by The Atlantic
"Pompeii to stage exhibition of objects returned by tourist-looters," by The Art Newspaper
Massimo Osanna, the superintendent of Pompeii, is organising an exhibition of objects stolen from the ancient Roman city and subsequently returned by guilt-ridden tourists.
"James Patterson's new book will self-destruct in 24 hours," by Fastcocreate
He's got bazillions of fans, sold hundreds of millions of books and has been called the best paid writer in the world. But this is probably the first time James Patterson will release a book that will actually explode.© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.