The iconic work of photographer Dorothea Lange is thoughtfully considered in a new documentary.
A new documentary chronicles both the silly and the serious sides of George Takei's life.
In "Mass Incarceration on Trial" author Jonathan Simon presents the evolution of how mass incarceration has been dealt with in the courts, specifically through cases brought in California.
Art with an environmental slant is rapidly maturing.
The remarkable career and mission of oceanographer Sylvia Earle is profiled in new documentary
by Bradly Girard
If there exists a suitable soundtrack for life’s most tranquil doings—meditation, yoga, getting properly stoned whilst cooking breakfast tacos on a Sunday—it is The Antlers’ new album, "Familiars."
by Mike Krings
"America's Funnyman" Neil Hamburger is back with an album of jokes and music that showcases his acerbic approach to making people laugh.
Tackling endangered species and languages together may be an effective strategy.
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