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Tease photo for New Globe 'Macbeth' Is Bloody, Bold, Resolute

New Globe 'Macbeth' Is Bloody, Bold, Resolute

June 29
By Beth Accomando, Kris Arciaga

The Shakespearean tragedy might not have existed if it weren't for the First Folio. So it's fitting that the Old Globe is offering a bold new production of "Macbeth" while a copy of the book is in San Diego for its national tour.

Tease photo for Monica Bill Barnes Premieres New Dance Piece In San Diego

Monica Bill Barnes Premieres New Dance Piece In San Diego

June 28
By Nina Garin

Best known for touring with Ira Glass, the choreographer creates a new dance piece that will premiere at Liberty Station.

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KPBS/Arts Three-Line Review: 'Macbeth'

June 27
By Nina Garin

Don't have time to read long reviews? KPBS/Arts tells you all you need to know in three lines.

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What Does It Take To Be A Good Friend?

June 27
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

A new book by a Princeton University philosophy professor looks at how what we consider friendship has changed over time.

Tease photo for 'The Neon Demon' Serves Up A Cinematic Seduction

'The Neon Demon' Serves Up A Cinematic Seduction

June 24
By Beth Accomando

The film, which opens June 24 at select San Diego area theaters, was booed at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. That puts it in good company with “Taxi Driver” and “Pulp Fiction.”

Tease photo for Snapshots From Wes Sam-Bruce's 'The Wonder Sound' Exhibit

Snapshots From Wes Sam-Bruce's 'The Wonder Sound' Exhibit

June 24
By Nina Garin

A look at artist Wes Sam-Bruce's highly anticipated (and magical) installation for the New Children's Museum.

Tease photo for San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Tree Houses and 'Killer Tomatoes'

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Tree Houses and 'Killer Tomatoes'

June 24
By Nina Garin

San Diego explores its more adventurous side this weekend with artistic tree houses, vengeful tomatoes and more.

Tease photo for Sen. Barbara Boxer On Staying Tough In Washington

Sen. Barbara Boxer On Staying Tough In Washington

June 23
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The Democratic senator who's become a California political institution is retiring, and among the things she's leaving to posterity is her own advice on how to get important things done.

Tease photo for New Exhibit Traces The History Of Political Cartoons

New Exhibit Traces The History Of Political Cartoons

June 23
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

“Party Lines: The History, Art and Politics of Editorial Cartoons” opens Thursday at San Diego State University's downtown gallery. It features more than 120 political cartoons, including works by Pulitzer Prize-winner Steve Breen of The San Diego Union-Tribune.

Tease photo for Fringe Musical Takes On T.S. Eliot's Sexuality

Fringe Musical Takes On T.S. Eliot's Sexuality

June 23
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

There's no doubt that T.S. Eliot, author of "The Waste Land," was dissatisfied — even tortured — about many things in life. But was one of them his sexuality? That's the subject of a musical at the San Diego International Fringe Festival.

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