"David Schwartz" is a composer, known for his scoring of the music for several television series. He composed most of the songs for Arrested Development/Arrested Development, and he returned as the series composer for the Arrested_Development_(season_4)/fourth season, which debuted on Netflix.

Schwartz attended the School of Visual Arts in New York and the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He began composing music for television and film in 1990. The theme he wrote for his first network television series, Northern Exposure, resulted in a Grammy nomination. He scored every episode of all seven seasons the show ran.

He has scored themes for television productions including Two of Us (2000 television)/Two of Us, Deadwood (TV series)/Deadwood, Arrested Development (TV series)/Arrested Development, Carpoolers, Running Wilde, and Beverly Hills, 90210. His film credits include You Stupid Man.

He is the father of singer-songwriter Lucy Schwartz, with whom he has collaborated on several projects, including the music for Arrested Development.

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It's big. They'll bet for the same reason people who don't even like football tune into the game: It's a big spectacle.

Over time, aggression is a marker of every negative outcome that there is.

It seems to be designed as an attack on civil unions.

It comes from the trenches we put across the faults to look at the time of past earthquakes. It comes from satellite-based measurements ... that tell us how fast the plates are moving.

It seems to mark these kids for later victimization. And that only made them more submissive.

As we look across the region, we have earthquake activity distributed throughout the entire bay area. There's really no escape.

The probability of a large and damaging earthquake in the San Francisco Bay Area in the next 30 years is 70 percent, and that has an uncertainty of plus or minus 10 percent.

It was fun to watch it the first time with your jaw open, because audiences were just astonished at what they were watching. But it's even more fun to look back on it now.

There was a smell of rotting food and supplies that overwhelmed you when you got out of the car. That can't be healthy. I'm sure it's not healthy.