Dodging Bullets to Make the World's Best Coffee in Mexico
Juan Carlos Lopez is braving local violence so that indigenous workers can get a share of the profits.
Can Art Help People Feel the Devastation of Climate Change?
Miranda Massie hopes the Climate Museum in New York City can convince visitors to be better stewards of the climate—by appealing at once to their intellect and their emotions.
How Women's Studies Is Helping Rural Teens Fix Their Social Culture
With her pioneering courses, Annie Delgado is filling in the gaps left by more traditional curricula.
The Life and Times of the World's Oldest Performing Drag Queen
Walter Cole has spent the past 50 years performing at his club in Portland. During that time he became an icon and leader in the community.
Mexican Artist Rafa Esparza's Physical Representation of Immigrant Nostalgia
Rafa Esparza's adobe installations serve as a backdrop for the work of others, but they also tell Esparza's own story—and that of his immigrant parents.
Angelina Jolie's Latest Film Comes Under Fire From Human Rights Watch
The director may have cast the controversial Royal Cambodian Armed Forces in First They Killed My Father.
This Year's Emmy Nominations Were the Most Diverse Ever. Again.
Comedy was the most diverse category, and Limited Series or Movie the least.
At Film Festivals Last Year, Men Directed Three Times as Many Films as Women
And that's actually an improvement over recent years.
Why Is This Transgender Teen Drama Reportedly Rated R?
The MPAA has a long history of penalizing films for sexual references, language, and drug use — while being lax with those containing explicit violence.
Steven Mnuchin Apologizes for ‘Lego Batman Movie’ Plug
Though the comment was made in jest, watchdogs likened it to Kellyanne Conway’s plug for Ivanka Trump’s fashion line.