Lulu Garcia-Navarro

Lulu Garcia-Navarro appears in the following:

Woody Harrelson On 'Glass Castle' Dad Whose Rages And Redemptions Loomed Large

Sunday, August 13, 2017

The film tells the story of writer Jeannette Walls' tortured upbringing. Harrelson plays Walls' father, Rex, an alcoholic who is determined to defy convention.

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'Almost Home' Celebrates The Blind Boys Of Alabama's Storied Lives

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Since their 1948 debut, the Blind Boys have won 6 Grammys and performed at the White House. Songs on the group's new album consider personal and historical moments in the members' lives.

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Santa Monica Symphony Orchestra Confronts Controversy Over Right-Wing Guest Conductor

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Musicians are protesting the invitation extended to radio host Dennis Prager to guest conduct; they say Prager is "deeply bigoted." But music director Guido Lamell says: "Music trumps politics."

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'Rumble' Celebrates Rock 'N' Roll's Native American Roots

Sunday, August 06, 2017

The documentary discusses Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix and other Native American artists who helped shape rock's sound. Guitarist and executive producer Stevie Salas says it's "a film about heroes."

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'Atomic Blonde' Director Brings Stuntman Skills To His 'Punk Rock Spy Thriller'

Sunday, July 30, 2017

David Leitch worked as a stuntman on countless films before jumping into the director's chair. His new film follows a spy, played by Charlize Theron, as she punches her way through 1989 Berlin.

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New Memoir Unpacks The Life And Tragic Death Of 'The Hot One'

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Carolyn Murnick and Ashley Ellerin were childhood best friends — but as sometimes happens, they grew older and drifted apart. Then, in 2001, Ellerin was brutally murdered in her Hollywood Hills home.

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A Veteran TV News Anchor Pens A Prescient Novel In 'Amanda Wakes Up'

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Alisyn Camerota's book is about a political newcomer fresh from Hollywood facing off against a female senator. But 2016 similarities aside, the CNN anchor says she wrote it long before the election.

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One Giant Leap For Music: NASA's Sonic History Inspires This Duo

Sunday, July 23, 2017

As the electronic duo Quindar, Wilco's Mikael Jorgensen and art historian James Merle Thomas make music out of the sounds of space missions from the Apollo and Skylab eras.

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Offa Rex's Olivia Chaney On The 'Dreamlike Nostalgia' Of English Folk

Sunday, July 16, 2017

The English vocalist, who's joined forces with The Decemberists in the band Offa Rex, says she's drawn to traditional folk music for its mysticism and age-old themes.

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New Novel Explores 'What We Lose' When We Lose A Parent

Sunday, July 16, 2017

When Zinzi Clemmons was taking care of her dying mother, she only had time to write brief vignettes — and those fragments became the core of her new novel about identity and loss, What We Lose.

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'Dirt Is Good': Why Kids Need Exposure To Germs

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Should I use antibacterial soaps? How often should I bathe my child? Those are just some of the questions Jack Gilbert, a microbiome scientist, answers in his new book.

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A New Delhi Family Learns To Navigate Wealth After A 'Windfall'

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Diksha Basu's new novel was inspired by the explosion of wealth she saw in 1990s India. She says money is a complex thing, and it takes a while for her characters to see that.

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In D.C., A Politics Camp For Girls

Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Young Women's Political Leadership Program in Washington, D.C. brings dozens of high school girls together each summer to talk about the mechanics and challenges of entering politics.

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'But Seriously,' Tennis Great John McEnroe Says He's Seeking 'Inner Peace'

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Known for his on-court outbursts, McEnroe famously yelled, "You cannot be serious!" at one official. Now, decades later, he says it's a "miracle" if he goes a full day without hearing that line.

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Beth Ditto On 'Fake Sugar' And Sweet Memories

Sunday, June 18, 2017

She'd left her Arkansas hometown by age 20, but the Gossip frontwoman's solo album recalls her Southern roots. Losing her father, she says, has made her look back more fondly at her childhood.

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'Sit, Walk, Don't Talk': An Author Finds Comfort At A Silent Meditation Retreat

Sunday, June 18, 2017

When faced with a problem, not everyone wishes to talk about it. Jennifer Howd writes about this issue in her memoir Sit, Walk, Don't Talk, which chronicles her healing at a silent meditation retreat.

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Landing Starring Roles At 50, Salma Hayek Enjoys 'Proving Everyone Wrong'

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Hayek's career hasn't been easy, but she's not complaining: "I'd rather have the hard road into excellence than the easy road into mediocrity," she says. Her current film is called Beatriz at Dinner.

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The Call-In: The Refugee Experience In The U.S.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

The Supreme Court reviews President Trump's travel ban executive order this week. NPR takes a look at how the ban has impacted refugee resettlement in the United States.

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Alan Alda's Experiment: Helping Scientists Learn To Talk To The Rest Of Us

Sunday, June 04, 2017

The actor's new book, If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?, is all about communication — and miscommunication — between doctors, scientists and civilians.

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A New Orleans Company Shines A Light On Opera's Diverse History

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Givonna Joseph, founder of OperaCréole, explains why it's so important to perform the works of composers of color, which she says were historically "hidden on purpose."

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