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Among Silent Film Fest’s gems: A movie shown for the first time in 101 years

Plus: Two-tone Technicolor Douglas Fairbanks, junior Sherlock Buster Keaton, Yasujiro Ozu's ode to childhood, more

Spending MLK Day in Cuba

A country the US still calls 'terrorist' celebrates the legacy of a US civil rights leader

Screen Grabs: Behind the Haystacks, Under the Fig Trees, and Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell

Mother Nature rules the roost in three international Oscar submissions—and in experimental wonder 'Last Things'

Screen Grabs: Doc Stories fest sheds light in these fact-challenged times

Plus: King Crimson at 50, escaping North Korea in 'Beyond Utopia,' Robert Irwin's diaphanous art, more new movies

In ‘Leaning Toward Light,’ tending to life through a garden of poems

Tess Taylor's anthology gathers verse giants and local greenhorns, recipes and short essays into an almanac of living

Et Tu, Mother Jones?

Once a storied left-wing publication, the magazine is now fallen into the neoliberal Yimby camp—and the editor refuses to talk to us about it.

Students demand that teacher pension fund revoke fossil fuel investments

CalSTRS holds $6 billion in fossil-fuel company stock, and the next generation wants to see a dramatic change.

Screen Grabs: Films for a fragile planet, from Puerto Rico to Mars

Livable Planet fest opens with excellent Landfall, more. Plus: 8 Billion Angels, Occupy the Farm, Gunda, Malni

State data shows COVID spread alarmingly at workplaces

The virus appears to have been infecting people at their jobs, not just at family parties and social events.

Tasty tales pile high at StorySlam’s Recipes for Resilience

A farmer of color, an ethnobotanist, a mutual aid organizer, a volunteer firefighter, more share their stories for virtual fundraiser