Category: Arts & Entertainment

Researchers Discover Dead Sea Scrolls at Museum of the Bible Are Forgeries

They were the crown jewel of the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.: 16 fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the ancient manuscripts that contain the earliest known Hebrew copies of biblical texts, which the institution’s founders are rumored to have acquired for more than $1 million. But on

After Declaring Bankruptcy, Boy Scouts Ponders Selling Prized Norman Rockwells

As the embattled Boy Scouts of America prepare to face an estimated 1,700 lawsuits over allegations of sexual abuse, creditors are taking stock of the organization’s assets. Buried in a bankruptcy filing last week was a listed for its collection of original Normal Rockwell—potentially worth millions of dollars—as an asset

Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Give Leadership Award to Art Collector Agnes Gund

Next week, the influential arts patron and collector Agnes Gund will add another accolade to a list that currently includes a National Medal of Honor and a lifetime achievement award from the Getty Museum: the inaugural Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Woman of Leadership Award, bestowed upon her by the Dwight D. Opperman

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