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EpisodeRadical women at the Hammer
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about Latin American Art from 1960 to 1985.
EpisodeWhen healthcare became personal, Jimmy Kimmel got political
Prior to this year, Jimmy Kimmel was the last late night host you'd expect to take on a political issue. Then, he had a son who needed open heart surgery. Now, Kimmel is loudly speaking out against the newest healthcare bill.
Episode Troff documentLatest Thursday Broadcast
The latest Thursday broadcast of All Things Considered.
Episode C headerMatthew Klam: Who Is Rich?
Matthew Klam reveals that his novel Who is Rich? ponders the meaning of wealth. Is richness having a big bank account or is it being happy with your lot in life?
Episode application/x-troff-msIncense, Sweaters, and Altadena: An Interview with Martine Syms
Fresh off her first solo show at the MoMA, Martine Syms talks with the Organist about how growing up in Altadena, a red-lined suburb of Los Angeles led to her fascination with DIY culture and conceptual art. Syms draws inspiration from both famed furniture designer Charles Eames and the Ten-Point Program of the Black Panthers as she pushes herself to continually experiment in new media and new forms.
Episode Pascal source codeRaids, warrants and wiretaps: Mueller's investigation heats up
Recent revelations spell bad news for Paul Manafort, President Trump's one-time campaign chair. We get a progress report on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russia's involvement in last year's presidential campaign.
Episode Octet StreamPuerto Rico is devastated by Hurricane Maria
Hurricane Maria dealt a devastating blow to Puerto Rico. The entire island is without power and it could  take up to six months to get it back. Some parts of the island seen more than two feet of rain in the last 24 hours.
Episode Troff document'Los Angeles, You're Next'
There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles is a new podcast from KCRW and WNYC Studios. The series will dig into how Los Angeles has gone from the place to chase your dreams to one of the least affordable cities in the country with many longtime Angelenos are getting squeezed out. The series is supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
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The latest Wednesday broadcast of All Things Considered.
Episode ECMAScript programJonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris: Battle of the Sexes
Directing partners Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris discuss covering competition in Battle of the Sexes.
Episode image/x-iconAftermath of the 7.1 magnitude quake in Mexico
We get the latest from Mexico City on the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that struck yesterday, and the rescue efforts. Hundreds of people have died. Buildings collapsed. We look at why Mexico City is particularly vulnerable to destruction from earthquakes. And will California ever get an early warning system?
Episode chemical/x-pdbShould Big Tech get the anti-trust treatment?
In Washington, progressives and conservatives are alarmed by the power of Silicon Valley — suggesting that Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon are monopolies in need of regulation. We look at the pros and cons — and the political realities.
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The latest Tuesday broadcast of All Things Considered.
EpisodeSilicon Valley disrupts cities, Stacy Michelson
Apple has rebranded its stores as "town squares;" a vending machine startup called Bodega caused outrage; cities are lining up to woo Amazon's HQ2. DnA looks at tech's impact on cities. Plus, artist Stacy Michelson (creator of KCRW's Good Food tote bag and picnic blanket) tells us how Japanese snack food packaging inspired her goofy illustrations.
Episode Pascal source codeKaty Tur fights back in new memoir about covering Trump
NBC correspondent Katy Tur had never covered a presidential campaign before being assigned to Donald Trump’s. But she soon became the face of Trump’s seething attacks on the media -- and a potential target for his supporters. She shares her experience reporting on the Trump campaign in her new book “Unbelievable.”
Episode Octet StreamTrump threatens to 'totally destroy' North Korea
President Trump played Good-Cop Bad-Cop today in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly. He told world leaders the US is ready to "destroy" North Korea — while saying that nations should work together… each in its own self-interest.
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The latest Monday broadcast of All Things Considered.
EpisodeMike White on 'Brad's Status,' social media and ambition
In writer-director Mike White's new movie Brad's Status, Ben Stiller plays a man consumed with jealousy of friends from college, based on their social media. White tells us why he wanted to make a movie about ambition in the age of Instagram, and the challenge of making humanist movies when the studios only want the next superhero franchise.
EpisodePolitics at the Emmys
Stephen Colbert’s opening monologue was full of Trump jabs, and Sean Spicer made an appearance. We get the highlights from last night’s Emmys.
Episode Pascal source codeTrump, DACA and the buds of bipartisanship
President Trump struck a deal last week with Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. Or did he? Sometimes he sounds like he did and sometimes he doesn't. We look at what might or might not be next for the Dreamers protected by DACA.
Episode Troff documentDentistry: the odd man out
We need to think of the mouth the same way we do other parts of the body.
EpisodeFood and race, the Bäco book and a farewell to summer herbs
Jonathan Gold heads to Culver City to review the futuristic restaurant Vespertine. Josef Centeno talks about the hustle leading up to his first cookbook, “Bäco.” Chef and activist Tunde Wey gives us his take on whiteness in the restaurant industry. Plus: Laura Avery gets the secret ingredients behind Royce Burke’s Secret Lasagna at the farmers market.
EpisodeJonathan Gold dines at Vespertine in Culver City
If great restaurants have a sense of time and space, Vespertine is Jupiter.
Episode Troff documentLatest Friday Broadcast
The latest Friday broadcast of All Things Considered.
EpisodeIs there a DACA deal?
Trump negotiates with Democrats about Dreamers.
EpisodeSaying goodbye to Cassini
The spacecraft Cassini discovered oceans and lakes on two of Saturn’s moons. It burned up as it entered Saturn’s atmosphere today. We speak with a lead scientist on the project, who spent 16 years working on it.
Episode object codeDisasters don't discriminate but relief efforts do
Harvey and Irma: two major disasters, one right after the other. We look at where the suffering is worst while federal relief money will be running out almost as soon as it's been spent.
EpisodeDolores Huerta: A tireless voice for workers
The 87-year-old labor icon discusses her life and career as well as a new film about her.
EpisodeWhy California lawmakers procrastinate
We explore why the rush is on at the California statehouse.
EpisodeMark Z. Danielewski: The Familiar
Mark Danielewski says he wants to give words to animals, to plants, to the waves of the ocean. His vast serial novel The Familiar begins with a young girl rescuing a cat.
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