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Posted at 01:14 PM ET, 06/10/2011

Tory Burch Wins $164 Million in Counterfeiting Lawsuit; Art Museum to Open in Rough Section of Detroit

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 06: Designer Tory Burch attends the 2011 CFDA Fashion Awards at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on June 6, 2011 in New York City. (Larry Busacca - GETTY IMAGES)
Renovations: A Russian-born art consultant plans to open Kunsthalle Detroit, a new museum in a rough area of Detroit. (NPR)

Winning: A New York federal court has awarded Tory Burch LLC $164 against hundreds of operators of websites selling fake Tory Burch ballet flats. (WWD)

Realism?: A Mexican Court ruled that a disputed Frida Kahlo archive may be authentic. (Los Angeles Times)

Dispute: The Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC) filed an arbitration claim against the producer of Broadway’s Spiderman for failure to pay royalties to the musical’s original director Julie Taymor. (Playbill)

Declining: New York City public schools are seeing a decline in the number of certified arts teachers. (New York Times)

Exit, Stage Left: The longtime dance critic for The Village Voice Deborah Jowitt quit the weekly paper due to clashes with her editor. (Dance USA)

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