Andy Warhol was among the most iconic and prolific visual artists of the 20th century, a highbrow and low class culture cultivator of profound influence. The pop artist is just as recognized for his soup cans or Marilyn Monroes as he is for the silver New York "Factory" where those works were produced (while his Superstars and other celebrities milled about, glamorously bored). But Warhol was also an avant-garde filmmaker, publisher, producer and dabbler in performance art. One facet of this multidimensional career was The Exploding Plastic Inevitable, a series of traveling multimedia shows that occurred between 1966 and 1967. The shows featured Warhol's films, dancing and performances by Factory regulars and house band The Velvet Underground.
Guy finds 800-year-old remains under his house.
Police arrest fake bell ringer.
Thief tunnels through wall, steals Warhol painting.
U.S. lets companies do business with blacklisted nations.
The year in pictures.
Arkansas has had 500 earthquakes since September.
At least 45 people have been lynched in Haiti since beginning of cholera outbreak, most of them voodoo priests.
Paris airport running low on deicer.
New pill may help alcoholics have just one drink.
Lou Dobbs leaves CNN to engage in "constructive problem-solving."
Obama has been considering four options in Afghanistan. Turns out, he may not accept any of them.
In Philippines, kidnapped Irish priest released by MILF. That is their acronym.
Sandra Day O'Connor's husband died. He suffered from Alzheimer's.
Unfinished Albuquerque homes become crime magnets.
Chinese mixed-race reality show contestant learns, huh, China's kind of racist.
Up to one million Xbox users to be banned by Microsoft.
LA Dodgers cut 87-year-old scout's salary 56%, also hate Christmas.
South Korean woman passes driver's test on 950th try.
This lady is crazy.
Landscaping at Tramway and Central may be done some day.
It's Wallace Shawn's birthday.