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Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus

This seldom staged tale of raw ambition and deceit in high places descending into madness taking down all around it, is brutal to watch even for Shakespeare, which is why so few stage productions are mounted. But if ever there was a moment in history to resurrect Titus Andronicus, this is...

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Operation Pedro Pan

Between 1960 and 1962 over 14,000 Cuban children were spirited out of that country’s revolutionary new communist regime under Fidel Castro. Their stories...


No Fixed Abode Part 3 The Lost Ones

Even as law enforcement across Orange County attempts to drive the homeless into hastily conceived and assembled mass shelters, many of the homeless themselves are opting for the streets, the railroad tracks, and the even darker corners of the county to evade the increasingly limited...

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