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NEW YORK — Andy Warhol's "Shot Sage Blue Marilyn" sold for a cool $195 million this week, making the iconic portrait of Marilyn Monroe the most expensive work by a U.S. artist ever sold at auction.

CHICAGO — For more than two years, whenever I’ve driven past the Cinemark 18 in Evanston, Illinois, arguably the go-to multiplex for the Far North Side, I have wondered what it looks like inside right now. How quiet it must be. Is the concession stand sticky? Are the seats dusty? Do lobby posters promise a summer movie season the pandemic stopped before it could start? Like other theaters ...

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Columnist Tom Purcell writes, "Today we take photos on a daily — or hourly — basis. But before the era of smart phones, photos were taken mostly to document special occasions. The old black-and-white photos often show family members in formal attire posing for graduation portraits, weddings and other important events."

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