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Van Gogh Starry Night house mural in Florida can stay These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption Lubomir Jastrzebski (left) and Nancy Nembhauser with their son at their home in Mount Dora A Florida couple fined thousands of dollars for painting Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night onto their home as a landmark for their autistic son have received an apology from the mayor. The local city council, which had said the mural violated city code, has also agreed to allow the artwork to stay and to pay the family $15,000 (£11,500). The couple said the artwork was to help their son find his way if he got lost. The Starry Night is one of Dutch painter Van Gogh’s most famous works. In July last year, parents Nancy Nemhauser and Lubomir Jastrzebski were told that the painting, which spans the exterior of their home in Mount Dora, was in breach of the city’s signage laws and could prove a distraction to motorists. The couple were later told to paint over the mural and were fined $10,000. Image caption The house has since become a minor tourist attraction Ms Nemhauser said she disputed the ruling and sued the city for violating the family’s right to free expression, adding that the painting was aimed at helping her son to return home. “He would be able to at least mention the Van Gogh house and people would be able to help,” she told Reuters news agency. Hollywood director apologises over mural bungle On Tuesday, the Mount Dora City Council unanimously agreed to waive the fine and, as part of a settlement, to pay the family an agreed fee.
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Judge Orders Los Angeles Times to Change Published Article A federal judge ordered the Los Angeles Times to remove information from an article that came from court documents that were supposed to be sealed, but somehow wound up on the court database PACER. The report in question details a plea agreement for a police detective who was accused of collaborating with the Mexican mafia. The newspaper has scrubbed the information, but plans to fight the order. “We believe that once material is in the public record, it is proper and appropriate to publish it if it is newsworthy,” said Executive Editor Norman Pearlstine. Judge John F. Walter, did not explain his decision to the Times. “Typically, courts take into account if information was already published. Where it is no longer secret, the point of the restraining order is mooted,” said Kelli Sager, a lawyer representing the paper. “To order a publication to claw it back doesn’t even serve the interest that may be intended.”
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