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Striking singers, senseless setting


Opera Australia

State Theatre, Arts Centre Melbourne

Tuesday May 3, 2016

Not a new production, this offering from director Gale Edwards, revival director Andy Morton, set designer Brian Thomson and costume designer Julie Lynch – but of a piece with the company’s Autumn season pattern in that it updates and transposes the work’s action, as the following… 955 more words


LaGuardia’s Pricey Central Terminal Approved Amid Infighting

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey’s board of governors approved a multi-billion dollar project to build a new central terminal building at… 833 more words

Joseph Sitt

City of Apopka Gets Taken

As the City of Apopka celebrates its city taxpayer funded  Old Florida Festival, some surprising news was reported. Stop me if you are shocked, but it turns out that Apopka’s $22,000.00/month PAID Lobbyist/Consultant is NOT REGISTERED to lobby for the City of Apopka. 644 more words

Apopka, FL

The Long, Hot Summer

Film Title

The Long, Hot Summer


Martin Ritt


  • Paul Newman as Ben Quick
  • Joanne Woodward as Clara Varner
  • Orson Welles as Will Varner…
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Movie Reviews

Anderson Announces Retirement as Delta CEO, Board Executives Take His Place

In an unanticipated press release Wednesday afternoon, Delta Air Line’s Board of Directors publicly announced the May 2, 2016 retirement of CEO Richard Anderson. The prominent businessman’s retirement would mark the end of a successful 16-year-career throughout not only Delta, but United Healthcare (2004-2007) and Northwest Airlines (2001-2004.) 384 more words


Review: No Questions Asked

No Questions Asked is a classic film noir from 1951 directed by Harold F. Kress. Kress never really made it as a director, but went on to edit some classic Hollywood films. 330 more words



A Peruvian potato harvest

Contextual information:

Image Taken from the story- Finding the Faces of Farming: A Peruvian Potato Harvest.

Image by: Jim Richardson

Representational  346 more words

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