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Posted at 08:07 AM ET, 05/31/2011

Hip-Hop Singer Sean Kingston Moved to Intensive Care Unit After Crash; Joshua Bell Named Music Director at St. Martin in the Fields


Violinist Joshua Bell attends the Endometriosis Foundation of America's 3rd Annual Blossom Ball (Mike Coppola - GETTY IMAGES)

Accolades: American violinist Joshua Bell was named music director of the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields chamber orchestra on Friday, replacing Sir Neville Marriner, who founded it half a century ago. (Reuters)

Little Museum of Horrors: Tim Burton talks about his anticipated art exhibition, highlighting his films and the “outsider status” he felt as a child, that opened Sunday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. (Los Angeles Times)

Capitalist Makeover: Louis Vuitton is showcasing 150 years of luxury travel at “Louis Vuitton Voyages,” an extensive trunk exhibition at the newly reopened National Museum of China in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. (WWD)

Ch-Ch-Changes: The struggling Philadelphia Orchestra plans to shrink its subscription concerts by 15 percent and cut its artistic budget an equal amount. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Recovering: Hip-hop singer Sean Kingston has been moved to an intensive care unit at a hospital after crashing his watercraft into a Miami Beach bridge on Monday. (AP via Washington Post)

Obituaries: Gil Scott-Heron, 62, a poet and musician best known for spoken-word songs such as “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” died May 27 at a New York City hospital. (AP via Washington Post)

It’s Still There; Round: The U.S. Geological Survey has collected dozens of images of Earth as viewed from space for a new art exhibit at the Library of Congress in Washington. (Associated Press)

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