Daymé Arocena creates a personal portrait of her home, Havana, Cuba.
Comedian David Correos wants to incorporate his culture into his work, but will he be able to create a winning routine that doesn’t involve him taking off his clothes?
Opera is often perceived as a staid and static art form, but director Yuval Sharon has made it his life’s work to push its boundaries. Here's a quick rundown of him and his work.
Ennanga Vision Takes Us to Psychedelic Uganda in "Otim's War."
Can she find the connection she craves to allow her the confidence required to win Miss World?
Malvindar Singh-Bains struggles with educating her Sikh community about degenerative brain disorders.
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With a seventy-eight percent Latino population, Santa Ana has become a sanctuary for Latinos in Orange County. Maintaining traditions from their homelands, generations of U.S. born and immigrant Latinos have cultivated Santa Ana’s distinct culture.
When it comes to gentrification and the LGBTQ community, there seems to be two conversations — how so-called “gayborhoods” invite gentrification and how gentrification threatens gayborhoods’ existence.
It would be a disservice to the people of California to allow the bill through during the final moments of the legislative session.
Will State Senate leadership let Trump and Cadiz run roughshod over our parks, or will they preserve California?
Only three hours away from Los Angeles, the Carrizo Plain National Monument is not a park with a list of destinations to visit; rather, it is a place to be discovered and met on its own terms.
Raphael Sbarge interviews geochemistry professor Jess Adkins about climate change, the environment and the political atmosphere in which we now find ourselves.
Among the 100,000 people who have been forced to evacuate wildfires in California, was Jan Hoyman, a pottery artist who narrowly escaped the fire in Mendocino County last week.
As President Trump moves to dismantle the Affordable Care Act in an executive order, the White House announces it will stop paying billions of dollars in federal subsidies to insurance companies to help cover low-income people’s health care plans.
A roundtable discussion on the rape and sexual assault allegations against disgraced and now-fired movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
Powerful winds and bone-dry conditions are fueling massive wildfires in California.
As Colombia emerges from decades of war, the enemy remains—in the form of landmines that lurk beneath the soil.
The Saffron Revolution, as it came to be known, brought the attention of the world to Myanmar (Burma), where the flow of information is tightly controlled.
Saigon Makeover is a graphic design competition organized by Global Shapers in Ho Chi Mihn City to encourage young people to transform their city.
This film explores the implications and trends that are being seen in the aftermath of China abolishing their "one-child policy."
"Border Blaster" is an original world music video series. The 30-minute episodes are comprised solely of music videos from groundbreaking musicians from around the world.
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"Artbound Presents Studio A" is an original music series featuring performances and interviews from music's top acts.
An anthology series that highlights the masterful, provocative Southern tradition of storytelling, exploring the alluring and complicated region and its diverse voices and points of view.
Gentrification arrives with promises of revitalization but has also developed from a history of discriminatory laws and practices in the United States. City Rising illuminates this history and reveals how gentrification is traditionally molded.
Phryne, gorgeous in her sparkling evening gown, had thought she would dance the night away at the hottest dancehall in town, the Green Mill. That was before death spoiled the evening.
Huell travels to Gilroy for their 25th Annual Garlic Festival where he samples garlic ice cream, garlic kettle corn, roasted garlic and other mouth-watering garlic delicacies.
Explore the pipeline route, the effects it will have on surrounding communities and beyond, and a few of the alternatives to the fossil fuel-dependent economy of which DAPL is one small piece.
"Is There Hope for Planet Earth" explores the causes and long-term effects of climate change with paleoclimatologist Jess Adkins.
During a school field trip, Clara Duarte and Emilce Espinoza noticed their local forests in rural Argentina were being destroyed. Their efforts raised awareness about the importance of preserving trees.
California enacted SB 32, a landmark climate legislation, which requires the state to cut greenhouse gas emissions to 40% by the year 2030.
The company that owns the Dakota Access pipeline — Energy Transfer Partners — has sued Greenpeace International and other environmental groups, accusing them of inciting "eco-terrorism."
Two Iowa-based Catholic Worker activists revealed they secretly carried out multiple acts of sabotage and arson in order to stop construction of the controversial $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline.
The very same day President Trump announced he is pulling the United States out of the landmark 2015 climate accord, oil began flowing through the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline.
An explosive new investigation by The Intercept reveals how international private security firm TigerSwan targeted Dakota Access water protectors with military-style counterterrorism measures.