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Supervisor Spiegel talks about unique issues affecting Riverside County’s Second District.
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Inland Pacific Ballet
Zaylin Cano, Executive and Artistic Director of Inland Pacific Ballet, talks about the history of the dance academy and The Nutcracker, with performances in Rancho Cucamonga, Claremont, and Riverside this month.
<em>Costume design for « Demoiselles de la nuit »</em>, 1948, Leonor Fini, Gouache on paper
© Estate of Leonor Fini, Courtesy Galerie Minsky & Weinstein Gallery
Although not as well known as contemporaries like Dalí and Ernst, Fini was part of every major Surrealist exhibition. And her personal life was almost as fantastic as her Surrealist art.
A shopper fills her cart in a grocery store in Los Angeles. Inflation has made the cost of groceries jump, but some prices have started to level off.
Mario Tama
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Despite job growth, low unemployment and record spending, Americans are in a sour mood about the economy — and that could spell trouble for President Biden's reelection chances.
Shanta Bai is a "debt bondage" worker in the sugarcane fields of India — accepting payment in advance for a certain number of days. Record heat has made it more difficult to put in hours, and drought has hampered the harvest. Earlier this year, she was held captive in a chicken coop with her husband and several others who were told they had not put in enough time to repay their debts.
Ruchi Kumar for NPR
India outlawed this form of forced labor: An employer pays a cash sum in exchange for weeks of labor and extracts penalties if terms are not met. But it persists — and appears to be on the rise.