Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Two important paintings by Picasso estimated by the police to be together worth about $66 million have been stolen from the Left Bank home of the artist’s granddaughter Diana Widmaier-Picasso, the authorities announced today.
Paris police officials said the two oils, “Maya With Doll” from 1938 and “Portrait of Jacqueline” from 1961, were taken from Ms. Widmaier-Picasso’s house on the Rue de Grenelle in the city’s chic Seventh Arrondissement sometime overnight between Monday and Tuesday.
Read it all at: The New York Times.
Have you ever wondered if there's a perfect time to grocery shop, travel, or go to the DMV?
Here are some cool tips that can streamline any routine.
DMV or Department of Public Safety in Texas:
One of the worst places to waste time is at the Department of Motor Vehicles. So experts say try to make an appointment, and if you can't, avoid the morning rush and go mid-week.
If you're buying fresh fish at the grocery store, Thursdays are a good day. That's when shipments for the weekend typically arrive.
And if you've read this far, now is probably the best time to read the rest: Inside Edition.
Thanks to Jamie Zanginer of Real Simple Magazine and Inside Edition.