For Dave Cavagnaro, life as a full- time resident along the New Jersey shore came with small headaches he expected: scant weekend parking, congestion and the occasional piece of litter.
For an artist, taking a gondola to a studio in a 14th-century Venetian palazzo sounds like a dream gig.
Alanda Waller admits she had some explaining to do three years ago when telling friends she moved her black family to a Georgia suburb once known as the picture of Southern racism.
The woman responsible for many of the nation’s most permissive gun laws is a 4-foot-11, 73-year-old grandmother who carries a Smith & Wesson .38 Special with a laser sight in her purse.
LeRoy Neiman, the flamboyantly mustachioed painter whose vivid portraits of athletes and celebrities made him one of the best-known and most commercially successful American artists, has died. He was 91.
CCL Industries Inc. has more room to rise after the maker of Heineken beer labels and Tide detergent bottles posted the best return among Canadian stocks this year.
Sunshine and candle flame, refracted through ground-up beer bottles and bouncing off mirrors, suffuse “The Road to Mecca,” animating an isolated desert home with glinting light.