No Deathbed Confession Expected In Gardner Museum Art HeistThe lawyer for a Connecticut mobster suspected to have ties to the notorious 1990 Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art heist says he doesn't expect a deathbed confession from his client.
Reputed Mobster In Hospital After Prison Fall, Trial DelayedA reputed Connecticut mobster who authorities believe has information about the largest art heist in U.S. history remains hospitalized.
FBI Searching Home Of Man Linked To Gardner Museum HeistFBI agents went to the Manchester, Connecticut home of Robert Gentile on Monday.
New Gardner Museum Art Heist Video Released By FBIThe video shows a security guard letting in an unauthorized visitor 24 hours before priceless works of art were stolen.
Art Lover's Walking Tour Of BostonWith only a few miles of walking, visitors can view multiple museums, galleries and works of art scattered throughout Boston.
Prosecutor: Convict Offered Sale Of Art Stolen From Gardner MuseumA reputed mobster told an undercover FBI agent that he had access to two of the long-sought paintings stolen from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990.
Eye On Education: Gardner Museum Takes Teens Beyond The ClassroomIt's a place of learning and inspiration thanks to the school partnership program.
Boston's Five Best Must-See MuseumsOne of the best things about visiting Boston is the many museums within the city. Arts, science, medicine and much more are all easily accessible for everyone.
Investigators Confident Paintings Stolen From Gardner Museum Will Be FoundTwenty five years ago, two thieves pulled off the largest art heist in history.
Virtual Tours, Lectures Mark 25 Years Since $500M Art HeistThe Boston museum where thieves stole $500 million worth of masterpieces a quarter century ago will honor the missing works by offering virtual tours.
NightSide - An Unsolved Heist Twenty-Five Years Later With Steve Kurkjian, Author Of "Master Thieves"
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Hosts Rare Italian Sculpture DrawingsFor the first time in the United States, drawings of famous sculptures are being shown together with those sculptures in a new exhibit at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.