Long-forgotten Rodin sculpture discovered in New Jersey town hall

Long-forgotten Rodin sculpture discovered in New Jersey town hall
(CNN)In the corner of the council room of the town hall in Madison, New Jersey, sits a sculpture by Auguste Rodin that had been overlooked for years.The discovery came only in 2014, when the Hartley Dodge Foundation, which maintains the building's artworks, hired 22-year-old Mallory Mortillaro as a temporary archivist."I was intrigued. I was a little confused about why this piece would be here without anyone knowing anything about it," Mortillaro told CNN.Mortillaro told the trustees what she had

Terror accused ‘squabbled over knife cost’

Terror accused ‘squabbled over knife cost’
But he complained it wasn't good enough because it was too hard to feel like skin. "I know the difference in feeling, the same way I like hitting u. It's fun," he told her via Whatsapp. 'It's just going to sit at home'By January 2017, Mirza announced he wanted to spend £300 on a real knife. The couple were expecting their first child and Ms Taheer said the weapon did not have to be "state of the art"."It's just

Yes, wealthy black Americans experience racism and get to protest. Here’s why.

Yes, wealthy black Americans experience racism and get to protest. Here’s why.
Colin Kaepernick last played for the San Francisco 49ers. Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images. Colin Kaepernick, still unemployed and blacklisted by the NFL, has received a range of critiques from sports pundits, Twitter users, and the NFL audience for using his platform as a famous athlete to speak out against police brutality. There is a problematic line of thought that continues to resurface in these conversations: Black Americans who are wealthy or noted intellects — so-called "privileged" black Americans

Lloyd Webber to retire from Lords

Lloyd Webber to retire from Lords
"I feel my place should be taken by someone who can devote the time to the House of Lords that the current situation dictates."Lord Lloyd Webber was a member of the Works of Art Committee for three years and spoke out against government cuts to the arts last year. However, in the 2,097 votes during his tenure, he voted only 42 times. More From this publisher : HERE

5 Easy Halloween Makeup Looks You Don’t Have To Be A Beauty Blogger To Pull Off

5 Easy Halloween Makeup Looks You Don’t Have To Be A Beauty Blogger To Pull Off
Prepping for Halloween can be very stressful and tedious, which is probably why we avoid allParty City's and Spirits until like, October 30th. Not only do we have to plan the perfect slutty costume and carefully map out which bars we’re hitting up, but we also have to take our Halloween makeup into consideration. Do we really want to watch YouTube tutorials until the end of time on how to apply fake lashes? No. And do we actually want to risk

How one actor turned her brush with street harassment into a raucous, emotional concert.

How one actor turned her brush with street harassment into a raucous, emotional concert.
Three years ago, Diana Oh was followed down the street and viciously catcalled by a group of men in an SUV. In the wake of that incident, the New York City-based actor and musician sat down in Times Square in her lingerie in front of a stack of paper bags arranged on a soapbox. One bag read, "The world bends over backward to make excuses for male violence." She stood there, silent, for hours, as passersby stared, applauded, jeered,

Twitter Was Not Here For Sean Spicer’s Emmy Appearance

Twitter Was Not Here For Sean Spicer’s Emmy Appearance
All in all, the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards was a pretty good Emmys. Stephen Colbert didn't make a single racially insensitive joke, Lena Waithe gave an incredibly inspiring acceptance speech, the gay episode of won twice, and there was not a win in sight. But there was one dark cloud over the evening: the surprise, supposedly comedic appearance by disgraced former press secretary Sean Spicer. Judging by the Sean Spicer Emmy reactions on Twitter, viewers were not pleased to see this angry little

Alec Baldwin Had The Most Savage Emmys Acceptance Speech & It Was Amazing

Alec Baldwin Had The Most Savage Emmys Acceptance Speech & It Was Amazing
Well, there's at least one person whose life got better once Donald Trump was elected president last November, and that's comedian Alec Baldwin. On Sunday night, thanks in large part to President Trump, Alec Baldwin snagged an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, for his role portraying Donald Trump on . And in thanking Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for this honor, Alec Baldwin dissed Trump in his Emmy acceptance speech,

12 Pics That Will Give Every Squad Inspo For Wine & DIY Pumpkin Paint Night

12 Pics That Will Give Every Squad Inspo For Wine & DIY Pumpkin Paint Night
Can you even have a proper fall without getting some pumpkins? Wait — don't answer that, because there's only one good answer: No, no you can't. Pumpkins are a fall essential, just like apple picking and Halloween. This fall, take advantage of the season and plan the ultimate girls night, aka, a wine and DIY pumpkin painting night. How does one plan this perfect evening? Well, of course, you need the pumpkins, and you have to get your hands on

Theres A New Music Festival On The Horizon, And It Might Be SoCals New Coachella

Theres A New Music Festival On The Horizon, And It Might Be SoCals New Coachella
Hannah Busing If you are a relatively normal human being, you’ve probably heard of Coachella. (The word in itself just rolls off your tongue!) And if you’re into the music/festival scene, you most likely know Coachella as one of the bigger festivals on the West Coast, featuring big name artists, celebrity attendees, amazing food, art installations, the giant Ferris Wheel, and, of course, Cali vibes. But a few weeks ago, I attended KAABOO, a newer music festival in Del

Australia’s Aboriginal light festival illuminates a 300 million-year-old canvas

Australia’s Aboriginal light festival illuminates a 300 million-year-old canvas
Parrtjima, a festival of light in Alice Springs, Australia.Image: James Horan Photography for Tourism NTOne canvas, two kilometres (1.2 miles) long, 300 million years old. The first Aboriginal light festival of its kind in the world, Parrtjima, is back for another year. It's an annual, free, ten-night festival celebrating Arrernte (Central Australian) art and culture, held in Mparntwe (Alice Springs, Australia) from Sept. 22 to Oct. 1. Numerous large-scale light works are being switched on every night, including a