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Tracking COVID-19 at UCLA2020 Racial Justice Movement
Steve Greene

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Aug. 15, 2011 10:44 a.m.

Muse rocks the Los Angeles Coliseum to headline L.A. Rising festival

Muse
L.A. Rising
July 30
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When reading the lyrics of most songs within the Muse catalog, it’s not difficult to see why the band was invited to this event.

By Steve Greene

Arts

Aug. 8, 2011 1:00 a.m.

Movie Review: The Change-Up

It’s understandable that a film documenting the exploits of two men who have physically switched bodies may take liberties with other elements of lifelike representation.

By Steve Greene

Arts

Aug. 8, 2011 12:28 a.m.

Theatre Review: You Make Me Physically Ill

One man’s revolting tale of incest and depravity is another man’s knee-slapping good time. At least, that’s what “You Make Me Physically Ill” might have someone believe.

By Steve Greene

Uncategorized

Aug. 7, 2011 11:14 a.m.

One-act play "So Damned Heavenly Bound" misses the emotional punch

So Damned Heavenly Bound
The Elephant Theatre
Through Sept. 10
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When a 20-minute one-act play is set in the aftermath of a father’s death, there is a significant amount of emotional baggage to shove into a small time frame.

“So Damned Heavenly Bound,” the first play of a double feature at The Elephant Theatre which also included “You Make Me Physically Ill”, attempts to solve that issue by foregoing details about the father’s death and placing the emotional burden on four women, three of the man’s daughters and one his granddaughters.

The daughters, Liz (Malesa Farris), and Peggy (Sundee Martineau), as well as Liz’s daughter Lisa (Angela Poncetta), have spent the whole afternoon and evening preparing for the following day’s funeral.

By Steve Greene

Opinion

June 4, 2011 11:37 p.m.

A writer fulfills his childhood hobby

Most days all the way up through high school, as I ate my disproportionately sized bowl of breakfast, I would have my copy of the Sacramento Bee sprawled open on the kitchen table.

By Steve Greene

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