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Angela Carone

Cultural Enterprise Reporter

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Angela Carone covers arts and culture for KPBS and is the author of Culture Lust, the station's arts blog.

Angela has produced public radio programs focused on the arts for the Atlanta and San Diego markets. In this role, she has covered topics ranging from books, film, theater, music, visual arts and pop culture. She also has more than 15 years experience in print media, having been published in various newspapers, alternative weeklies, and exhibition catalogs.

Angela has degrees in political science from Pennsylvania State University and in English literature from Georgia State University. She is also a published photographer.

Recent Stories

'Hugo' Writer’s New Book Traces Generations Of Theatrical Family

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La Jolla resident Brian Selznick, author of "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" and "Wonderstruck" has a new illustrated book for young people. It's called "The Marvels."

San Diego Loses Albie's Beef Inn And Its Nude Portraits

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There's no place like Albie's Beef Inn in San Diego. The old-school steakhouse and piano bar will shut down for good at the end of December after being in operation for more than 50 years.

Rock 'n' Roll Mural Unveiled At San Diego State Library

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San Diego State leaders unveiled a mural Thursday that was saved from the wrecking ball four years ago.

San Diego Airport To Host Music Ensemble Performing 'Music For Airports'

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Progressive music ensemble Bang on a Can All-Stars will perform Brian Eno's "Music For Airports" in the San Diego International Airport's Terminal 2. San Diego's airport will be the first in the U.S. to host the ensemble.

New Play Looks At Judy Garland's Tragic Life

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Intrepid Theatre Company is staging "End of the Rainbow," a play (with music) about the last six weeks of Judy Garland's life.

What To See In The San Diego Museum of Art's Music Exhibit

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The new "Art of Music" exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Art is big, with more than 200 items. Here are some highlights to focus on.

New San Diego Opera Chief Implicated In Former Company's Shut Down

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The new executive director of the San Diego Opera is being blamed for the surprise closure of his former employer, the Gotham Chamber Opera company in New York City.

New Exhibit Looks At Frank Lloyd Wright's Legacy In San Diego

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The La Jolla Historical Society opens an exhibit exploring Frank Lloyd Wright's legacy through the work of San Diego architects who studied with him at Taliesin.

A Pair Of Lucky San Diegans Going To See Pope

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Two San Diegans won tickets to watch Pope Francis address congress on Thursday at the U.S. Capitol building.

State Craft Icons On View At Mingei International Museum In Balboa Park

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The Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park is asking: what craft item represents your home state? A new exhibit called "Made in America" looks at iconic craft pieces from all 50 states.

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