“The Book of Mormon” Wins Big; Bonnaroo Ends with Positive Reviews

Winning Big: “The Book of Mormon” won the Tony Award for best musical as well as eight others. (Washington Post) (New York Times)

Fine Lines: Hollywood’s new top lobbyist Sen. Chris Dodd avoided tough issues Monday in his first speech in China, lauding Beijing’s progress in combating piracy. (AP via Washington Post)

Iconography: An Andy Warhol soup-can painting and a Mark Rothko abstract worth more than $1.75 billion will tempt billionaire collectors at Art Basel, which begins Wednesday. (Bloomberg)

Selling Big: Sunday, a “fighting pair” of dinosaur skeletons sold to a museum for $2.75 million at an auction in Dallas, Texas. (MSNBC)

Music Manchester: Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester Tennessee ended Sunday with positive reviews. (USA Today)

Katherine Boyle reports on arts, museums and culture for the Style section.


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