This post was updated Nov. 22 at 6:08 p.m.
The rising sea levels have affected thousands of people, yet little is heard from them.
But postcolonial populations – particularly those in the Caribbean and Pacific Islands – are being most directly affected by climate change.
What started as a group of theater students sitting on a classroom floor will now take the stage as a fully fledged musical.
“Camp Song” – an original work created by nine graduating theater students, premieres Friday in Macgowan Hall and runs until Sunday.
Visitors are greeted with a wall of the faces of 130 HIV-positive people at the Fowler Museum at UCLA’s newest installment.
The “Through Positive Eyes” exhibit will be on display at the Fowler through Feb.
Graphic scenes of radiation poisoned patients may be misleading in the HBO miniseries “Chernobyl.”
Despite critical acclaim and 19 Emmy nominations, “Chernobyl” was perhaps not as accurate as many thought it to be.
At the Getty Villa overlooking the ocean at Malibu, ancient Roman and Greek frescoes, statues and paintings decorate the halls and marble walls. A daunting Hercules statue stands confidently on view in its own gallery.
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