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  • Conservation group asks White House to commit to national parks

     
    These parks are in jeopardy,” said Ron Tipton, NPCA senior vice president. “We are concerned about the condition of park resources, but we also believe there are solutions to all these challenges. We believe there is hope and opportunity.&#...
  • Terrence Malick's 'Tree of Life': The classical music factor

     
    'The Tree of Life' soundtrack relies on classical masterpieces...
  • Art review: Carol Selter at Charlie James Gallery

     
    Global degradation of the natural habitat is the pointed, timely subject of recent photographs and short videos by Bay Area artist Carol Selter, who holds an advanced degree in biological sciences as well as in art. Rather than traditional documentary.......
  • 'Men of a Certain Age' recap: We're done making bogeys

     
    By the end of the season finale of TNT's "Men of a Certain Age," Joe, Terry and Owen are walking down new paths. While all are on the right road, none took the route that a GPS would have suggested.......
  • The personal life of American astronauts in space: What's it really like?

     
    Did you know U.S. spacewalkers don't actually wear their spacesuits so much as they float inside them?...
  • Rose Byrne hosts a poolside dinner for Zimmermann

     
    Zimmermann, the Sydney, Australia-based clothing company well-known for its fashion-forward swimwear and easy and colorful ready-to-wear, gathered a group of stylists and editors for a poolside dinner at the Chateau Marmont on Thursday evening. Host...
  • Fracking: Monterey shale exploration draws protest [Updated]

     
    Environmental groups filed a formal protest this week with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management calling for a halt to the leasing of 2,600-acres in California's Fresno and Monterey counties for oil and gas shale exploration. They said future drilling......
  • Study ranks air pollution from coal and oil-fired power plants

     
    The most toxic air pollution from coal- and oil-fired power plants can be found in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida, according to a new study released Wednesday by the nonprofit Natural Resources Defense Council and Physicians for Social Responsibility. The...
  • The Dry Garden: A 3-acre, low-water labor of love called Arlington

     
    As beautiful as private landscapes can be, and they can be stunning, none can match the poetry, joy and solace of a public garden done right. As proof, look no further than Arlington Garden in Pasadena. Here, since breaking ground......
  • Renewable energy: Labor coalition's tactics draw heat

     
    Do California construction unions raise concerns about building massive solar plants in the Mojave Desert because they care about wildlife, water shortages and delicate vegetation? Or is it, as some fellow labor unions charge, a way to extort expensive...
  • Western wolverines threatened by climate change

     
    Wolverines in the continental United States could be wiped out by the end of the century if temperatures continue to rise, according to a new study from a scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. Springtime snow cover helps......