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The ratio of carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere is flirting with 400 parts per million, a level last seen about 2.5 million to 5 million years ago, according to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego. The Institution this week...
Happy Earth Day! It’s been 43 years since Wisconsin Sen. Gaylord Nelson celebrated the very first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. It’s not yet a federal holiday, but Earth Day is celebrated by schoolkids from coast to coast (along with many...
In "Snitch," a thriller set in the dangerous drug world, Dwayne Johnson plays a father who goes to work as a drug informant to free his jailed son. The PG-13 film from Participant Media features a street fight, a car chase and a gun battle — high-...
Al Gore hails from Tennessee, but when he comes to California next week, he'll be coming back to his spiritual home. In 2000, Californians gave him a double-digit lead — 1.3 million votes — over George W. Bush for president. His documentary,...
The Sundance Film Festival can seem like a most indecipherable hybrid: It’s a movie-industry gathering, a wannabe Mardi Gras, a celebrity pit stop. It's also, of course, a place where some of the most memorable films of our time began their...
Participant Media, the film company behind "An Inconvenient Truth" and "Charlie Wilson's War," has acquired two cable channels and plans to combine them to form a new network featuring programming with social themes. The channel, which does not yet have...
Los Angeles Times"I've always been kind of a shill," says Ted Danson. "The guy out in front of the tent saying, 'Thank you so much for watching "Cheers," come on in and let me introduce you to the marine biologists who have something really important to tell you.'" The...
Tags: Water Pollution, Mary Steenburgen, Fiction, Politics, Science
"What the heck went wrong?" That, apparently, is the question roiling the environmental community as it realizes that the fight against climate change has fizzled. As Brad Plumer writes in the New Republic, everything was looking great in 2008 for a...
Special to The TimesHere's a short list of things I do to avoid writing: do the dishes; do laundry; do the Internet (Playbill.com, the Drudge Report); read the paper; install shelves; help my kids with their homework; follow the Red Sox; go to the gym; listen to podcasts ("...
Tags: Tony Awards, Music Theater, Music, David Mamet, Arthur Miller
AT CLOSE TO 20 MILLION video-hungry users a month — and growing — YouTube.com has become a magnet for budding filmmakers, marketers and entertainment industry executives looking for new ways to reach viewers. Now, with the campaign season upon...
Tags: Political Campaigns, YouTube, Politics, Lobbying, Global Warming
Pierre André Senizergues can make skateboards do anything. When he was in his 20s, he steered them from the Paris suburbs to Venice Beach and turned them into the key to an apartment he could afford when he started winning skate competitions. In his 30s,...
The documentary category is where Hollywood wears its conscience on its sleeve, and this Oscar season's nominees have the politically engaged members of the industry buzzing more than usual over the range and variety of topics. Partly, that's because the...
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