The Morning’s Top 5 Cultural Stories


1. Gap founder Don Fisher wanted to give San Francisco a $100 million museum in the Presidio, but the people said no. [via SF Chronicle] 2. “Radiohead manager Brian Message has launched a new digital label, Polyphonic, which will allow artists to keep their copyright. [via NME] 3. An anti-smoking protester crashed the opening of Antony Gormley’s Plinth living art project in London’s Trafalgar Square. (video) [via BBC] 4. Sarah Jessica Parker’s production company has optioned Amy Sohn’s upcoming novel Prospect Park West in conjunction with HBO for a half-hour series. [via NYP] 5. Chris Brown and Amber Rose (Kanye West’s on-again-off-again ex) hooked up at Diddy’s infamous White Party; Brown arrived with another date. [via NYDN]