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11
Mar

Scholar and Activist Professor Otis Graham Remembered

Published on March 11th, 2018

One of the nation's most prominent historians and early leaders of the immigration reform movement has died. In early November 2017, sad news emerged from the southern California coast that University of California–Santa Barbara (UCSB) emeritus professor of history Dr. Otis L....
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05
Mar

Quality of Life Diminishes for Californians –

Published on March 5th, 2018

A California that is aspirational, magical and trend-setting still lives in the imagination of many. The carefree West Coast known for something new called “surfing” inspired and lured the landlocked through films such as “Big Wednesday,” “The Endless Summer” and “Point Break”...
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15
Jan

Downsizing

Published on January 15th, 2018

“Downsizing” in contemporary vernacular has come to be associated with reducing possessions – “stuff” – to live more simply. But in Alexander Payne’s new film, “Downsizing,” the word has a completely different meaning.   In this clever, highly original and quirky work...
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08
Jan

A View of 2017 through Jobs

Published on January 8th, 2018

“Fake news” became a standard line in 2017, and it’s not surprising when looking at how news is reported now. It’s certainly taken unexpected turns and twists since my days in journalism school. How job growth/the unemployment picture is spun provides a...
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