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Arts and Culture Reporter and Culture Lust Blogger
Angela Carone is KPBS' arts and culture reporter and the author of the KPBS arts blog Culture Lust.
Angela has produced public radio programs focused on the arts for the Atlanta, GA and San Diego, CA markets. In this role, she has covered topics ranging from books, film, theater, music, visual arts, and pop culture. She has 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 the Pennsylvania State University and in English Literature from Georgia State University. She is also a published photographer.
When the creators of the hit HBO show “Game of Thrones” needed a made-up language, they hired a UCSD grad David Peterson.
Many in the design and sports communities are mourning the loss of local architect and rugby player Graham Downes. He died Sunday from injuries suffered during an alleged assault at his home.
San Diegans Allen and Carolyn Fisher have been called the "Ozzie and Harriet of arm wrestling." They’re both world champions and have been married for 28 years. We visit their La Mesa home to learn more about the sport.
Thieves recently broke into the Japanese Friendship Garden in the middle of the night and stole six bonsai trees. They were not the most valuable in the collection, but to those who practice the art of bonsai, such a loss represents years of meticulous work wasted.
Some UCSD musicians will perform a concert this weekend with musicians from Massachusetts. Not that unusual — except that the concert will be on two stages: one here in San Diego, and the other in Massachusetts.
Pioneering music critic Paul Williams died Thursday at his home in Encinitas. KPBS culture reporter Angela Carone says Williams was the founder of an influential music magazine called Crawdaddy!.
A San Diego string quintet has just returned from Washington D.C. where they played for members of the armed services. But it was more than a concert tour for the young quintet. It was a family trip.
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" is musical-comedy about deadly intentions and unfortunate relatives.
It’s hard to imagine that an artist visiting San Diego would forgo the beaches and sunshine to spend most of his time in a small dark room. But that’s exactly what San Francisco-based artist James Chronister will be doing for the next month. KPBS culture reporter Angela Carone visits the artist at the Lux Art Institute.
The play “Hands on a Hardbody” was born at the La Jolla Playhouse. Tonight it opens on Broadway. But the musical about a Texas endurance contest to win a truck has gone through some changes.