Stories for August 18, 2006
Recently Cuba has been in the headlines as Fidel Castro's health worsens and the question of what will happen after he dies is debated. But these are not issues that concern the French-Cuban production of
Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe are not related by blood and are definitely not physically joined at the hip. But they are that filmmaking oddity of a directing couple. Hollywood'and the Directors Guild of America'seems fine with brothers such the Wachowski's or Farrelly's sharing screen credit at the helm as if the sibling relationship justifies their close collaboration. But unrelated co-directors'especially maverick types like Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller teaming up for
KPBS joins the La Jolla Music Society's SummerFest 20th Anniversary Celebration by broadcasting SummerFest Encounters, hosted by Maureen Cavanaugh. Real people, real stories, stimulating conversation and musical performances, the Encounters go behind the scenes with some of today's most celebrated artists.
The editors gather at the roundtable for opinions on an ordinance in Escondido to penalize landlords for renting to illegal immigrants, more on the Kroll report, and the latest on the Navy Broadway Complex.