May 30 2010

Morse Code News for May 30, 2010

Published by at 10:00 am under Morse Code Podcast

Headlines for May 30, 2010 in morse code:

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headlines from arts journal=is norman foster the worlds most important architect=was legendary ballerina involved in coup attempt=what can save detroit motown=study no link between weather and mood=public theatre makes new rotalties deal with playwrights=ideas we need a return to a culture of stealing=qaddafis son turns to hollywood=the man whos opening new japanese theater to the west=meet south africas young arts stars=director of ucla live quits over funding cuts=dance troupe targeted in russian terrorist attack=are we witnessing the end of street art=five centuries of human identity on little pieces of card stock=oberammergau reorients its passion play=what recession australian ballets box office up 12 percent=why our brains are susceptible to celebrity endorsements=where witchcraft trials are thriving=balanchines last ballerina leaves the stage=150 years of voyeurism at tate modern=where show tunes meet public policy=john waterss life in one twittersized nugget=dance loses its sense of family=when artists boycott a nation=how lewis carrolls illustrator killed part of looking glass=the hallucinogenic nature of botticellis venus and mars=

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