Julius Caesar

Fools and Madmen Presents: Julius Caesar

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — An organization in Baltimore combines Hip Hop and Classical Theatre for their upcoming adaptation of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar." Co-Creators and Writers of the company Fools and Madmen Joshua Thomas and Caitlin Carbone Hernandez share more.
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North High Presents Julius Caesar

Notice: Undefined index: source in /www/wp-content/plugins/post-sharing-network/inc/wireframe/v1.10/Controller.php on line 154. The North High Junior Players will present their spring drama, Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, on Thursday, April 7, Friday, April 8, and Saturday, April 9. All performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the school’s Bernard Kaplan auditorium, located at 35 Polo Rd.

Suspected Sanford mosque killer believed he was protecting property of Julius Caesar

The suspected killer of a maintenance man at Sanford's Husseini Islamic Center has been shot by police in Indian River County. According to authorities, 38-year-old Ahmed Raslan is suspected of killing an as-yet unnamed 59-year-old worker at the mosque on Thursday morning. Social media posts from the suspect indicate he thought he was going to the mosque to reclaim the property of Julius Caesar.

Julius Caesar assassination coin 'Eid Mar' to hit the auction block in May

One of most prominent coins from the ancient world, the "Eid Mar," will hit the auction block on May 30 in Zurich, Switzerland. According to the auction house, Numismatica Ars Classica, the Eid Mar coin was minted by Julius Caesar's betrayer, Marcus Junius Brutus, to celebrate the assassination of Caesar on 15th March, 44 BC, commonly referred to as the Ides of March.

How a California Wildfire and Julius Caesar Led Me to a New Life in Las Vegas

If you live in Las Vegas but weren’t lucky enough to have been born here, you’ve got an arrival story to tell. I’ve heard so many since my own appearance in the valley. That was way back in 1999, when the world was freaked out about what might happen when the calendar clicked over to the year 2000. So much has happened since then, and so many more people now call themselves Vegas locals.
Ars Technica

Confirmed: Curia of Pompey, where Julius Caesar was killed, was built in three phases

The Curia of Pompey is famous for being the site where Julius Caesar was stabbed to death on the ides of March in 44 BCE. It is of great interest to tourists, historians, and archaeologists alike. After analyzing mortar samples collected from the curia, researchers from Italy and Spain have confirmed an earlier hypothesis that the structure was constructed in three distinct phases, according to a recent paper published in the journal Archaeometry.

Plot twists in history: Stories of Genghis Khan, Mithridates VI, Julius Caesar

We have a knack for having everything go according to our plans. But imagine, if everything always went as per our plans, life would have been so predictable and perhaps even dull. World history as we know it today is a culmination of schemes that went wrong and unexpected plot twists. Let’s look at some of such surprising events that had a massive impact on the historical accounts.
Advertising Age

Super Bowl Alert: Robotic dogs, movie stunts, and Julius Caesar emerge as Big Game commercial trends

I’m Ad Age Editor Jeanine Poggi, counting down to Super Bowl LVI. In the weeks leading up to the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams, which will air on NBC on Feb. 13, Ad Age will bring you breaking news, analysis and first looks at the high-stakes, Big Game commercials—all in our Super Bowl newsletter. Sign up right here to get them in your email.