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Stories by Lori Galarreta
Director Bernardo Ruiz takes on the US-Mexico Drug War through the stories of a DEA agent on the border, an activist nun and a Texas-based smuggler.
Could there be a scientific reason to the selfie craze? A new study out of UCI has theorized there is a link between selfies and happiness.
LA writer and comedian Jenny Yang's response to Bon Appetit's Pho video controversy is the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Bon Appetit is finding themselves in some hot water after releasing a video titled "PSA: This is how you should be eating Pho" featuring a non-Vietnamese chef.
Airbnb recently released a report addressing the company's work to "fight against discrimination and build inclusion". But is it possible to stop discrimination in the era of shared housing?
It's the 50th anniversary of the Star Trek series, in celebration, we take a look at some of the fan made productions that have found their own success.
"Author: The JT Leroy story" follows the journey of the young talented writer, who shot to fame but then came crashing down when his true identity was revealed.
What if there were "languages" only small groups of people understood being spoken right in front of you? Would you even know it?
John Krasinski chats about directing "The Hollars," life after "The Office" and how his "face acting" compares with Denzel Washington's.
Treat yourself to a sweet refreshing treat with traditional and new flavors. Shuhari Matcha cafe breaks down their signature Matcha Affogato Sundae.
Fitness with a beat! Libby Denkmann channeled her inner drummer at a POUND fitness class, a workout course that incorporates drumming into its routine.
If Olympic athletes can't do it, is it even humanly possible to break that two-hour barrier? Or have people reached their physical limits?
The magic behind Camp Kesem, the camp for children whose families have been touched by cancer and a look at one girl's journey from camper to counselor.
All summer we've been following the journey of Olympic marathoner, Desiree Linden. On Sunday, she took on 26.2 miles and impressively placed seventh.
Since it first came around, the internet has become a refuge for marginalized groups. But when it comes to asexuality, the internet can almost be credited for creating the community.