The art abandonment movement is about liberating original pieces of art -- for free -- to people who will love them.
We may be one of the few countries in the world to call it soccer but we, like the rest of the world, are starting to get a kick out of the sport.
Folks on TV shows like "American Pickers" who claim their collections are their retirement portfolio are living in a risky world.
A decade ago, Chance Rides was flagging, so the family running the amusement ride business started daily meetings -- a ritual that continues to this day.
For much of its half-century history, the NEA has been steeped in controversy, in part because of the projects it funds. But is the agency still relevant?
The bills in your wallet may be worth a lot more than the big numbers at the four corners say they are. Collectors will pay a pretty penny for bills with fancy serial numbers.
A former executive with Tiffany stole a bounty from the jeweler's midtown Manhattan headquarters and resold it for more than $1.3 million, federal authorities say.
Investing in art used to be just for the rich. But these days art collecting is more open to the masses -- and may even be a reasonable addition to your portfolio.
A rare Chinese bowl bought at a tag sale for $3 has sold at a New York auction for more than $2.22 million.
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An Andy Warhol image of an old-fashioned Coca-Cola bottle sold for $35.36 million at a Sotheby%u2019s auction of post-war art. The sale of 54 works raised $222.4 million...