Liberty Island Museum Approved, Exec Offers $25K for Own Parents’ Ashes…And More

A view of the Statue of Liberty is seen as the Staten Island Ferry.

A view of the Statue of Liberty as seen from the Staten Island Ferry. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images

The New York Historical Society is offering free admission tomorrow in celebration of Veteran’s Day.

Pulse Miami Beach announced performances and projects by Anne Spalter, Erica Prince, Sasha Okshteyn and Peter London Dance Company will be part of this year’s programming.

Museum about the Statue of Liberty approved for Liberty Island. (Wall Street Journal)

The city of Berlin will build a temporary exhibition space that holds some of the treasures not previously on public view during the Pergamon Museum’s ongoing construction. (The Art Newspaper)

The former Intrepid Museum exec, whose parents ashes were among items stolen from his SUV parked in Manhattan on November 2, is now offering a $25,000 reward for their return. (Artnet News)

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