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Rockcity.com, the self-proclaimed "mon-keylode of free Internet entertainment," features an interview with seniorKevin Choi in its current College Tour 2000. Episode 35, Part 1 of rockcity.com's exploration of film programs on US college campuses presents Mr. Choi, who speaks of his work in Lecturer Julia Scher's Introduction to Video class and airs samplings from his project on exhibition and voyeurism. The site, which presents new episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, describes Mr. Choi's work as "nontraditional and edgy... one director's plunge into experimental film-making... he's nosedived into voyeurism."

Space Opera, a musical intergallactic adventure by alumnus David Bass (SB 1983, SM, ScD in chemical engineering), will be presented by the North Cambridge Family Opera Company on May 20-21 at 2pm at the Benjamin Banneker School (21 Notre Dame Ave., North Cambridge). The production features approximately 50 chorus members and soloists aged seven to adult.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on May 17, 2000.

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