Revolutionary Mural To Return To L.A. After 80 Years
In 1932, Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros visited Los Angeles and painted a mural that proved so incendiary, it was almost immediately censored. Eighty years later, that piece — America Tropical — will finally come back to life.
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For academics, Burning Man a hot subject
Thousands of bare-chested women are riding bikes across the barren landscape of the Black Rock Desert outside Reno. They are being cheered on by crowds of enthusiastic, mostly male supporters.
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‘Oceans’ takes viewers on an ‘intense blue journey’
Earth’s oceans are critically endangered. They are also stunningly beautiful, above and below the surface, for the wild waves themselves and for the often-fantastical creatures that inhabit them to the dark depths.[…]
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