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  • Australian Phone app bids to save dying aboriginal language

    Australian Phone app bids to save dying aboriginal language
    A smartphone app has been launched to help save an Australian indigenous language that is in danger of disappearing. Its creators say the The Ma! Iwaidja free mobile phone app is the first phone app for an Australian indigenous language and aims to...
  • Gayle on the Go for Saturday, Nov. 17

    (KTLA) Gayle shows us some fun things to do for Saturday. Free! Saturday @ 11a.m. East L.A. Safe Connections Festival East Los Angeles Civic Center 213 922 2885 Saturday is East LA Safe Connections Festival Day. Check out the bike safety course for...
  • Intersections: Descendants of the Tongva look to their past

    Long before Los Angeles made its name as the entertainment capital of the world and became known for traffic, diversity, great weather and coveted In-N-Out burgers, it was home to an indigenous peoples known as the Tongva, who lived and thrived in the...
  • Francesco Clemente Brings Brazil to Yale

    Francesco Clemente Brings Brazil to Yale
    Francesco Clemente, "Clemente > Brazil > Yale" Through June 2, Yale School of Art, 32 Edgewood Gallery, New Haven, (203) 423-2600, art.yale.edu/32EdgewoodAveGallery, closed Tuesdays.   Francesco Clemente is, says Robert Storr, "a bit of a nomad,"...
  • Authors R-Z

    Nathan Rabin Nathan Rabin is the head writer for The A.V. Club. His books include “The Big Rewind” and “My Year of Flops.” He also collaborated on “Weird Al: The Book.” He has written for the Wall Street Journal,...
  • A Group of New Haven Students Keeps Tabs on Terror Groups Around the Globe

    A Group of New Haven Students Keeps Tabs on Terror Groups Around the Globe
    You've probably never heard of the "Boko Haram." The name "D-Company" isn't likely to ring any bells either. Nor will the "Arauco Malleco Coordinating Group." The first is from Africa; the second from India; and the last from South America. They don't...
  • Rowing champ is truly extraordinary

    Rowing champ is truly extraordinary
    Hers is a story of solitude at sea for months on end, with only the raw power of nature to break the silence. She's rowed thousands of miles and survived countless ocean-borne perils, from dehydration to 20-foot waves threatening to capsize her 23-...
  • Canadian Master Arthur Heming Gets Some Overdue Props in Old Lyme

    Canadian Master Arthur Heming Gets Some Overdue Props in Old Lyme
    Arthur Heming: Chronicler of the North Through June 2, Florence Griswold Museum, 96 Lyme St., Old Lyme, (860) 434-5542, florencegriswoldmuseum.org   Long before Second City Television's Bob and Doug Mackenzie hoisted its banner, Arthur Heming (1870-...
  • Ice Age: Werner Herzog's new documentary about a year in the lives of Siberian fur trappers

    Happy People: A Year in the Taiga Opens Sunday, March 17 , through March 23, at the Cinestudio in Hartford, at Trinity College, cinestudio.org Members of PETA might not want to watch Happy People: A Year in the Taiga, the new documentary by Dmitry...
  • In Washington National, they trusted

    In Washington National, they trusted
    More than 50 struggling Chicago-area homeowners last year placed their faith and their savings into the hands of Washington National Trust, which promised to save their homes from foreclosure. The homeowners, most of them Hispanic and living in Aurora,...
  • 'Happy People' a portrait of wilderness culture frozen in time ★★★

    'Happy People' a portrait of wilderness culture frozen in time ★★★
    Serendipity is what gives us "Happy People: A Year in the Taiga," an intimate portrait of the vanishing breed of hunters and fishers still making a life in the isolated heart of Siberia, where a mild winter day is minus 30 and the only way in or out is by...