David D'Arcy

art, architecture and film critic

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Art, architecture and film critic whose outlets include The Architect's Newspaper, The Art Newspaper and Screen International

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Robert Schuller , who started preaching from the roof of a drive-in theater, went on to broadcast the  Hour of Power  and make the  Crystal Cathedral  an Orange County attraction for…

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