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News Briefing: Riggio’s Big Arts Break-up

By Tom Watson on October 15, 2007No Comment
  • Prominent patron Leonard Riggio’s bitter divorce from the Dia arts center gets the in-depth treatment. [New York Times Magazine]
  • Paris Hilton, seeking to change her image, will visit schools and health-care clinics as part of a five-day charity mission. [Washington Post]
  • Silicon Valley companies give proportionately more money to
    philanthropic causes than businesses nationwide, according to a new survey. [San Diego Tribune]
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