Maestro Jahja Ling brought the San Diego Symphony season to a close Friday (May 27) with a program devoted to American music and featuring the virtuoso French pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet
Three men talking as the world waits. At Camp David, the U.S. Presidents’ getaway in Maryland, Jimmy Carter invited Egypt’s Anwar Sadat and Israel’s Menachem Begin to three days of discussing peace in the Middle-East. So, 13 days later…
The avid fans of silent films couldn’t always separate the fantasy from the reality up there on the screen and censors were hurting business. With morals charges and even murders multiplying, the studios decided to hire their own censor and ‘the Hays Office’ was born, just in time to do damage control of one of Hollywood’s most enduring cold cases.
Part 1 of 2 Voyeurism—intense looking—and insurrection are key ingredients that succeed in the current “2015 San Diego Art Prize” exhibition at La Jolla’s Athenaeum Music & Arts Library. The awardees of the 2015 San Diego Visual Arts Network’s (SDVAN) arts prize were Wendy Maruyama and Roy McMakin, who are both artists/furniture makers. Maruyama’s work […]