Saturday, February 23, 2019
It was not the project that Mark Campbell had been dreaming about. “It was actually Mason Bates, the composer, who suggested the idea of Steve Jobs as an opera,” recalled Campbell, a librettist whose earlier work received a Pulitzer Prize in Music. “And I went, ‘Oh God, no.’ Because my impression of Steve Jobs at that point was not very...

The Latest

An Online Lab for Learning About Weather Patterns and Forecasts

The Smithsonian Science Education Center's Weather Lab is one of many online learning activities produced and hosted by the Smithsonian. The Weather Lab...

Boom, bust and blockchain: RChain Cooperative’s cryptocurrency dreams dissolve into controversy

The two-story house sits on a quiet street in the Fauntleroy neighborhood of West Seattle, a few hundred yards from Puget...