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LR native William Grant Still's opera TROUBLED ISLAND produced by Opera in the Rock this weekend

Little Rock native William Grant Still was the leading African American composer of classical music throughout most of the 20th century.  In 1949, his composition,  155 more words


Beverly Hills Civic Center

The Fourth Stop on a California Road Trip to the Public Architecture of Charles Moore

The Beverly Hills Civic Center is a wildly ambitious, yet flawed, project that one imagines would never be built in today’s environment of hard-nosed spreadsheets. 1,025 more words


St. Matthew's Episcopal Church

The Third Stop on a California Road Trip to the Public Architecture of Charles Moore

St Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Pacific Palisades is one of the more prominent projects in Charles Moore’s oeuvre, perhaps more as an illustration of his inclusive and interactive community-based design process than for its architectural form. 564 more words


Another way to misrepresent the EU referendum result: the Charles Moore Defence

[photo by Policy Exchange – Flickr: Charles Moore, former editor of the Daily Telegraph, at Edmund Burke: Philosopher, Politician, Prophet, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=30224977%5D

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Charles Moore - Civil Rights Photographer

Charles Lee Moore (March 9, 1931 – March 11, 2010) was an American photographer most famous for his photographs documenting the Civil Rights Movement. Perhaps the most famous of his photos is the one he managed to get of Martin Luther King Jr.’s arrest for loitering on September 3, 1958. 31 more words


Madtown (2017)

A young man comes face to face with his past while learning to accept his new life in this indie drama from Charles Moore.

Denny Briggs arrives late for what he promises will be a one-time gig as a stand-up comedian. 566 more words

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