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Jerry Jeff Walker, Who Wrote and Sang ‘Mr. Bojangles,’ Dies at 78 – New York Times

He never had a Top 40 pop hit. But his best-known composition became an enduring standard, and he became a mainstay of the outlaw country movement. Jerry Jeff Walker, the singer-songwriter who wrote the much-recorded standard “Mr. Bojangles” and later became a mainstay of the Texas outlaw movement that catapulted Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings …

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Bulgari Continues Its Epic Roman Patronage With the Priceless “Torlonia Marbles” | Architectural Digest

Considered one of the world’s most important private collections of Greco-Roman art and rivaling the collection of the Vatican Museums, the marble sculptures, busts, reliefs, vases, and sarcophagi are setting out in the first phase of a grand tour of the world’s museums. Of the more than 600 artworks owned by the Torlonia family, 92 have been restored to their original splendor.