Posts Tagged ‘ Art ’

Rare WWI Love Letter Found in TRI Executive’s Vault

November 11, 2010
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During an uneventful police raid of 89 year-old TRI Board Member Ron Tedwater Jr.’s private holdings, a historical document surfaced. It turns out that Tedwater Senior’s private collection of art and historical works had been passed along to his son, rather than sold on the black market as was widely believed. What was found...
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Intern Defiles Priceless Steven Seagal

May 14, 2010
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Intern Defiles Priceless Steven Seagal

JEFFERSON PARISH, LA–Curators around the world are lamenting the abasement of a priceless Steven Seagal at the hands of an inexperienced intern at his home on the outskirts of New Orleans. Upon learning that the intern, Kayden Nguyen, vitiated the work of art by neglecting its immediate carnal needs, authorities filed suit against Ms....
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Latest Mishap May Spell Doom for Rogerty Arts

April 13, 2010
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Latest Mishap May Spell Doom for Rogerty Arts

Although its mission statement is clearly defined, confusion over the content of a certain show at the Tacoma Center for Puppetry Arts has endangered one of the most promising wings of Two Rogers. This brave foray into puppet shows known as the Rogerty Arts, is a critical, but not popular, success.  Bold, dynamic interplay...
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Calm Down Everybody, Picasso is Fine

April 8, 2010
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Calm Down Everybody, Picasso is Fine

This article originally appeared in TRI Weekly on April 8, 1973 MOUGINS, FRANCE–Listen, I understand that you’re all a little nervous. Who can blame you! Seeing a nonagenarian treasure like Mr. Picasso negotiate the terms of his licensing agreement alone on a yacht anchored off the coast of Monaco would trigger a primal, paternalistic...
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