Forest Canopy

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  • ... references a hive, and a video projected inside the portal shows a golden yellow honeycomb interspersed with footage of flowers and a ... analogy is, you're the bee," Davey explains. He and Rabi hope people who visit the show will metaphorically "pollinate" the ...
  • ... of Daniel "The Miner" McCarthy and his son J. Harvey lives on with a bronze monument and the neighborhood of Carthay Circle. ...
  • ... Arnold. [scald=22812:kl_image_original_context]With a nice touch of irony, REDCAT curators will counter the familial joy of ... world and its ritualized behavior. Arnold eloquently shows us the repressed angst underlying our everyday actions. Discussing the ...
  • ... This year, Ming and his guest chefs will be "Cooking on the Fly" finding inspiration from his East- West pantry and surprise ingredients that range from exotic fruits and vegetables to meats and fish. In each studio ...
  • A piece elsewhere on the geology of the Santa Monica Mountains ... the driver, "are the only east- west trending mountain range in the United States." I accepted his words at face value. It ...
  • GLOBAL HEALTH FRONTIERS highlights a wide range of global health organizations and local volunteers engaged ... of funding, innovation and dedicated people working on the front lines are making progress in controlling or eradicating ...
  • ... and your fortune in the West . Greeley went on to add: “Washington is not a place to live in . The rents are ... desert lands is a start. But is it too much to hope for a new legend for our children?  To explore more High & ...
  • ... people will be obese by 2030. So how did it explode in places that, not so long ago, counted malnutrition and even famine as ...
  • ... Forth Worth about the impact that climate change will have on the arid Southwestern U.S. over the next century. He didn't accept NOAA's ... State (and a lot of other places ). Yet there is some hope that human activism can offer adaptive solutions to some of these ...
  • ... and making work in the desert. As more people caught on , audiences grew -- and in a way, so did expectations. Up until fairly ... being curated into biennials and large international shows , and as a result I began thinking a lot about the culture in which ...

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