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“Operation Ajax” is an Uneven, but Engaging, Primer on the U.S. Meddlings in Iran

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Ask even passably educated Americans who Mohammad Mosaddegh is, and you're likely to receive a blank stare in return....

“Silent Sky” Delivers More Laughs Than Inspiration

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Unless you're quite the astronomy nerd, you've never heard of Henrietta Leavitt, but it's partly because of her that...

Long Beach Opera “Conversations” Have Multicultural Aims

By Greggory Moore, Arts Columnist Judging from the audience at a Long Beach Opera performance, you would never guess that this little big city occupying...

Garage Theatre’s Melodrama Good for Kids & Carol Burnett Fans

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist As an artform, melodrama is (to quote from the New Oxford American Dictionary) "a sensational dramatic piece with exaggerated characters and exciting events intended to appeal...

Oliver! Not as Big and Energetic as He Should Be

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Columnist Oliver! was a hit when it opened in 1960 and an even bigger hit when in 1968 it was adapted...

Curtain Call: Darkside

A Powerful Meditation on the Search for Goodness By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist mily has a problem. She’s at university studying a bit of philosophy...

Bright Star Fails to Shine Musically

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist One of the hardest things in the world, they say, is to write a good hook. See enough musicals...

A Splintered Soul Doesn’t Come Together

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Seventy-three years after the liberation of the last concentration camp, the Holocaust continues to be a world historical presence,...

Curtain Call: Lots of Questions, No Satisfying Answers

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Four years ago, 13-year-old Jessie disappeared. Whether she was kidnapped or ran away, she’s now a member of the...

SCR’s Sense and Sensibility

Not All a Jane Austen Adaptation Can Be By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist As clever as Jane Austen’s work can be, its depth is more...

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Above all, the power to retake our democracy would have to come from the core of our nation … occupying the workplaces, spilling into the streets, grinding the country to a halt for as long as necessary.

Facebook Removes Russian Networks Tied to Intelligence Services That Interfered in the U.S. in 2016

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During Climate Week 2020, Gov. Newsom to Host California Climate Action Day Highlighting California’s Global Leadership

The series of virtual conversations will cover topics including building the state’s climate resilience, implementing climate policies in an equitable way, aligning financial decision-making with climate realities and other subjects.

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