Nihar Patel

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Critics review the latest film releases: “Back to Black,” “IF,” “Gasoline Rainbow,” and “Babes.”

‘Gasoline Rainbow’: Timeless and feels like a true road trip, critics say

Critics review the latest film releases: “Back to Black,” “IF,” “Gasoline Rainbow,” and “Babes.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Billions in the UC system’s portfolio are tied to holdings targeted by pro-Palestinian protests. Plus, did CHP officers break California law during its UCLA encampment sweep?

Will UC divest from Israel?

Billions in the UC system’s portfolio are tied to holdings targeted by pro-Palestinian protests. Plus, did CHP officers break California law during its UCLA encampment sweep?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Decades of erosion and climate change constantly shut down Highway 1 through Big Sur. The damage is worsening as more intense storms hit the coast.

Highway 1 in Big Sur: We keep rebuilding, nature keeps destroying

Decades of erosion and climate change constantly shut down Highway 1 through Big Sur. The damage is worsening as more intense storms hit the coast.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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