Judy Napangardi Watson, "Mini Mina Jukurrpa, (Women’s Dreaming)," 2004: The Kluge-Ruhe Collection presents "Yuru-Yurula: Women's Paintings from Yuendumu," an exhibition of acrylic works by women from Yuendumu, an Aboriginal community in the Tanami Desert of Central Australia. Artists featured include Judy Napangardi Watson, Bessie Nakamarra Sims, Andrea Nungarrayi Martin, Betsy Napangardi Lewis, and others. 400 Worrell Dr. 244-0234.
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On May 22, 1957, Marilyn Monroe and her husband of less than a year, Arthur Miller, walked into Monticello, hoping to take a tour without anyone recognizing them. Unfortunately for them, the word got out, and the local newspaper sent a reporter up pronto to grill the Monticello guide staff on every detail of the visit. "The glamourous star appeared at Thomas Jefferson's home about 3:15 p.m. in an unglamourous outfit and no make-up," the Charlottesville Daily Progress reported the next day.