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“Shakespeare in Love” is Not Quite the Film, But It Works

That Shakespeare in Love takes place in the world of Elizabethan theater would seem to make a theatrical adaptation that much more apt. But when...

Garcia Points to Construction as Emblematic of LB Progress

By Greggory Moore, Contributor Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia’s fourth State of the City speech delivered Jan. 9 to a packed house at the Terrace...

Elysium Boldly Goes Where Few Theater Companies Ever Go

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Anton Chekhov (d. 1904) occupies an odd historical space. During his lifetime he was on theater’s cutting edge with...

Bureaucracy Beats All in “The Consul”

As far as opera’s go, The Consul qualifies as modern. First performed in 1950, Gian Carlo Menotti’s bleaker-than-bleak tale of one woman’s struggle to...

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By Greggory Moore, Contributing Writer On a temperate October night in 2013, the artist and curatorial collective called FLOOD transformed Long Beach’s East Village Arts...

When the Messenger Wants to Shoot You

(If You’re a Climate Denier) By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist We all know that climate change is happening and that humans have a hand in...

Cowboy versus Samurai

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Contributor   If you’re of Asian descent, there are only two reasons you live among the 1,000 inhabitants of Breakneck, Wyo....

Life Pays Off for the Man Who Chased the Money Fish

By Greggory Moore, Contributing Reporter John Cox navigated choppy seas from childhood to the premiere of his one-man show, The Money Fi$h, in Hollywood. But...

Panther Heart: Music for Meditating on Human Interconnectedness

  By Greggory Moore, Long Beach Columnist Panther Heart hasn't been much like other bands in Long Beach. First there's the size of their lineup and the...

Remembering When Long Beach’s Outgoing City Attorney Tried to Suppress the Press

  And Hoping His Successor Will Never Do the Same By Greggory Moore, Guest Writer for Random Lengths News Despite its being an elected position, only a...

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Artist Karena Massengill: Welding Ideas in Constant Motion

For Karena Massengill, do is the operative word. A professional artist who lives next to Sunken City in San Pedro, she is...

Two Decades Later Another China Shipping Lawsuit Looms

Twenty years ago, the Port of Los Angeles tried to build the China Shipping Terminal without doing an environmental impact report as...

Nick Tonsich Sues RLn But Fails to Stop the Presses

Clean Air Engineering-Maritime founder Nick Tonsich’s ties to the port have been recurring issues ever since he left his post as president...