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What is Past is Prologue: The Series Finale of San Diego Opera Spotlight?
04/10/2014
For 17 years I’ve been documenting the work of San Diego Opera with the San Diego Opera Spotlight series, so the recent announcement of the intent to close SDO at the end of the 2014 season, following Massanet’s Don Quixote, is a blow. The surprise announcement unleashed a storm of coverage and commentary in the [...]
World Cinema Saturdays: Italian Neorealism
04/10/2014
Italian Neorealism was arguably the most historically-influenced film genre. Rooted in the resistance of northern Italy during the close of World War II, the movement was greatly influenced by the political ideals and social history of the time. From its earliest days at the close of the German occupation, to the devastating aftermath of the [...]
Leo Szilard: The Man Behind the Bomb
04/08/2014
Whichever way you pronounce it, Leo Szilard was a phenomenon. Credited for the creation of the Manhattan Project and the idea of nuclear chain reaction that spawned the atomic bomb, Szilard lived both sides of the arms race, working first to prevent, then to hasten, and finally to outlaw nuclear weapons. Szilard could see the [...]
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