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Arts Post It: Grammys Revised; Olsen Twins Go Virtual

(Ashley (L) and Mary-Kate Olsen arrive at the Metropolitan Opera gala. Photo: TIMOTHY A. CLARY; AFP/GETTY)

Winner’s Circle: The Recording Academy announced a revision to its Grammy Award categories, including new categories for classical music. (Los Angeles Times)

Remembering Fashion Royalty: A look at designs from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute’s “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty” opening in May. (Telegraph)

Critics’ Corner: Washington Post’s Ann Hornaday talks Filmfest DC and Sarah Kaufman praises New York City Ballet. (Washington Post)

Padding Their Profits: Despite the recent youth push-up bikini scandal, Abercrombie & Fitch announced that sales are expected to reach $7.5 billion by 2015. (New York Magazine)

She’s Going to Learn About Loss: A New York City art dealer was convicted of scamming four estates out of nearly $5 million in an art fraud case where Robert De Niro testified. (Wall Street Journal)

Ahem!: Short hemlines give way to long maxi skirts for spring. Daily Mail thinks Carole Middleton should make note of the trend. (New York Times) (Daily Mail)

Following Tyra’s Lead?: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen launch online fashion venture. (WWD)

So Long, Farewell: Matt Lauer may leave “Today” as Meredith Vieira exits, too. His contract expires in 2012. (Gawker)

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