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  • Stories are powerful. They teach us lessons and shape our values. A good story can inspire people everywhere to think, to start conversations, and to take action. These films, from Link TV's ViewChange.org, bring the timeless power of storytelling to a modern and critical mission: fighting poverty, hunger, and disease around the world. ViewChange.org is a ground-breaking multimedia...

  • ... used this measurement to create their "Fried Calamari Index " to compare food trends to one another. For example, a generation ago, ...
  • <p>Seven Rolodexes once owned by a worker at Los Alamos National Laboratory were acquired by the Center for Land Use Interpretation. Together, they are a historical snapshot of American high-tech corporations -- their logos and graphics locked in time.</p>
  • ... PM. You can also stream many of the films at kcet.org/ finecut . [scald=24081:kl_image_original_context]There. I said it.I ... filmmakers and stream many of the short films at kcet.org/finecut .Last week, at a special screening event at the Vista Theater, we ...
  • Sourcewatch.org hosts a wiki that includes this entry on "Think Tanks."
  • ... of Santa Monica $5 million for their proposed "Wellbeing Index Project". Money can't buy happiness, but happiness just might get ... of Santa Monica $5 million for their proposed "Wellbeing Index Project". It's all part of Bloomberg Philanthropies' Mayor's ...
  • Four California-based think tanks were among the most-cited by media members during 2008, according to rankings compiled by FAIR.
  • ... Ventura County Community Foundation and the "Local Arts Index " by national organization, Americans for the Arts. The research offers ... that needs to be shared. These reports, the "Local Arts Index " by Americans for the Arts, and "Ventura County and the Arts: Impact ...
  • While you can get a bowl of tabouli and great shawarma at West Hollywood's new Mezze, chef Micah Wexler is quick to point out that his isn't a Middle Eastern restaurant.
  • Old-time Venice resident and historian Arnold Springer explains who Venice's founder was.

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