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prodigal radio: mercury in midtown

Orson Welles. The baggy trickster who scared the radio audience at 23, and in infuriated the Hearst empire at 25, with Citizen Kane. …In the mid 1930′s, America was still far down in the Depression; as a time for launching … Continue reading

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the masks we wear

Guest blog by Tai Carmen at Parallax. Parallax: exploring the architecture of human imagination. Tai Carmen: A mask of gold hides all deformities.” Thomas Dekker “Boldness is a mask for fear, however great.” John Dryden “Pride is the mask we … Continue reading

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