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July 30, 1998 | K.C. COLE, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
She slinks on stage in skintight silver lame pants, belting out ballads about the Big Bang, the vacuum, gallium arsenide, bosons, fermions and other subjects normally found in physics texts. She tosses her long auburn locks, cracking jokes about curved space and subatomic particles. "There's going to be a quiz at the end of the show," she says. "Anyone who fails has to walk the Planck scale [the minimum-size scale in quantum physics]."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1998 | K.C. COLE, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
She slinks on stage in skintight silver lame pants, belting out ballads about the Big Bang, the vacuum, gallium arsenide, bosons, fermions and other subjects normally found in physics texts. She tosses her long auburn locks, cracking jokes about curved space and subatomic particles. "There's going to be a quiz at the end of the show," she says. "Anyone who fails has to walk the Planck scale [the minimum-size scale in quantum physics]."
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July 21, 2000 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A country fair that boasts Blackjack, the Giant Steer ("10,000 hamburgers on the hoof"); Harley, the Giant Pig; and an Uncle Sam on stilts is an unlikely venue for a performer whose show is called "5 Octaves Off Broadway." But Arianna, a 22-year-old, light coloratura soprano from Anaheim who has more than a five-octave vocal range, gave it her all during a 45-minute show on the outdoor stage at Valley Fair 2000 at the Hansen Dam Equestrian Center in the far reaches of San Fernando Valley.
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