This is WEEKEND EDITION from NPR News. I'm Scott Simon.
There's going to be usual art exhibit this afternoon in Oakland, California. Unusual because it features art made by Palestinian children living in the Gaza Strip, and also because the art exhibit will not be shown inside the museum that had originally scheduled the show.
Plenty of listeners cried foul after host Scott Simon's conversation with Tom Goldman last week. Goldman told the story of a food server at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, who accidentally dropped all the money she had made that day, releasing about a thousand dollars that fluttered into the grandstands Host Scott Simon reads listener comments about that story and more.
SCOTT SIMON, host: Tomorrow, the National Gallery of Art opens "Warhol: Headlines" an exhibit of the late artists' works depicting the news industry in America. Andy Warhol would recreate front pages of New York newspapers in the way he did Campbell's soup cans, occasionally adding a change or flourish.