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Over the course of the last century, Washington, DC has positioned itself as a leader in arts and culture. The nation's capital is home to a network of several dozen museums and galleries, including more than 20 devoted primarily to exhibiting visual art. Only a handful of galleries are Black-owned.
After Disney hit some rough waters this week, the studio's latest feature film, "Jungle Cruise," docked with some good results at the box office this weekend.
Gun that killed Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid goes to auction
Billy the Kid, pictured here, was born on September 17, 1859 and died on July 14, 1881.
Decades-long research into Leonardo da Vinci's purported remains has revealed how many people currently alive can claim to be descendants of the Renaissance genius and Mona Lisa painter: it's 14.
LeBron James took his talents to the movies this weekend and came away with a hit.
French filmmaker Julia Ducournau has become only the second female director to win the Palme d'Or, the Cannes Film Festival's top prize, for her film "Titane."
The restoration of an old unsigned painting has wiped the smile off one young woman's face -- and given art historians more clues about its origins.
A mural in Toledo, Ohio honoring George Floyd was destroyed by a lightning strike.
One hundred and thirty-five years after the Statue of Liberty was formally unveiled in New York Harbor, her "little sister" has taken up residence in front of the French ambassador's home in Washington, DC.