The number of stars that emerged from this show is mindboggling by itself: Not coincidentally, many of these cast members are also veterans of The Second City, a world-class improv theatre troupe in Chicago and Toronto.
Every episode features the guest host delivering an opening monologue and participating in most of the evening's sketches.
Since its founding the Museum Security Network has collected and disseminated over 45,000 reports about incidents with cultural property.
The founder of the Museum Security Network, Ton Cremers, is recipient of the National Conference on Cultural Property Protection Robert Burke Award.
I don't "understand what's going on in the news." I'm not "likeable" I don't "get along with people," when I go to work, I don't "make eye contact." I guess I don't "fit the mold." I don't "wear the latest clothes" or, even ones that don't "reek!
" I don't "change my underwear," I'm not "buff." I don't have "firm breasts" I don't "exercise." And when I do sweat, I don't "shower." I'm not "spic-and-span" I don't "clean the area between my crotch and legs.".
ARCA is a nonprofit think tank dedicated principally to raising the profile of art crime (art forgery and vandalism, as well as theft) as an academic subject.
Thieves sometimes target works based on their own familiarity with the artist, rather than the artist's reputation in the art world or the theoretical value of the work.
Unfortunately for the thieves, it is extremely difficult to sell the most famous and valuable works without getting caught, because any interested buyer will almost certainly know the work is stolen and advertising it risks someone contacting the authorities.
'" (whole scene grinds to a halt as Seth and Cecily both start corpsing)"I want a guys who likes flowers.
Many thieves are motivated by the fact that valuable art pieces are worth millions of dollars and weigh only a few kilograms at most.