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Residents Of An Eroded Alaskan Village Are Pioneering A New One, In Phases

As climate change eroded the village of Newtok, its residents started making plans to move it. Many years and millions of dollars later, they are beginning the process of relocating across the river.

In Bong Joon-ho's movie Parasite, the Kim family — which assembles pizza boxes to get by — resides in a semi-basement apartment originally constructed as a nuclear-fallout bunker. Neon/CJ Entertainment hide caption

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The Hit Movie 'Parasite' Puts Basement Structures In Structural Inequality

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Josh Homme's The Desert Sessions brought together an all-star line-up of rock legends to collaborate. Andreas Neumann/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Josh Homme's Rotating Supergroup The Desert Sessions Returns For 'Vols. 11 & 12'

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Residents Of An Eroded Alaskan Village Are Pioneering A New One, In Phases

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A sales clerk speaks with a customer in front of Microsoft Corp.'s display at an electronics store in Tokyo. Microsoft's division in Japan says it saw productivity grow by 40% after allowing employees to work for four days a week rather than five. Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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4-Day Workweek Boosted Workers' Productivity By 40%, Microsoft Japan Says

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From left to right: Musicians Robby Grant, Pat Sansone, Jonathan Kirkscey and John Medeski perform in April 2018. Jamie Harmon/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Mellotron Variations,' A 1960s-Era Instrument Makes A Comeback

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