Lee Rosenbaum has written for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and a number of major art magazines. In addition, her blog, CultureGrrl, won a "best blog" award way back in 2009 and has been a major voice in the art world ever since. Here readers will find more-or-less weekly posts on museum exhibits, art auctions, and nights at the opera, as well as learned reviews of art, both contemporary and classic. Recent posts have included a review of the Metropolitan Museum's Ancient Egypt show (with video), an overview of the Association of Art Museum Directors' (AAMD) bid to save ancient art works from ISIS, and a recent "Shakeup at the National Academy," in which director Carmine Branagan left the organization under undisclosed circumstances. Readers may also enjoy the My Work Elsewhere section, where they can link to Rosenbaum's op-eds, reviews, and articles in major newspapers, and, perhaps especially, her educational appearances on public radio (one warning: some of the older links are broken).