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Keanu Reeves Keanu Reeves has been busy. He's branching out beyond acting these days, even as he continues to get work as an actor. He just finished principal photography on his directorial debut, Man of Tai Chi, and he's produced the documentary Side by Side which is now available on VOD through Tribeca Film. In that movie Reeves interviews top tier talent in filmmaking today. Christopher Nolan, Danny Boyle, Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, George Lucas, David Fincher, David Lynch, Steven Soderbergh and more reflect on the digital revolution and their feelings about shooting on film versus digital. What they say may surprise you. Plus, Reeves reveals he'd be interested in doing another Bill and Ted movie.
Supermensch, Pi Day, farming at Tule Lake Segregation Center Shep Gordon discusses his move from managing musicians to star chefs, and Lisa Morehouse reports on the role compulsory farming played for Japanese-American internees at the Tule Lake Segregation Center. In honor of Pi Day, Dan Pashman debates Evan over the particulars of pie, and Yasmin Khan shares a saffron rice recipe for Nowruz, the Iranian New Year. Plus: Kohlrabi is in season now at the Santa Monica Farmers Market.
Trump's budget could deal a painful blow to California President Donald Trump’s proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency, Housing and Urban Development, and public education would reverberate throughout California.
Big plans for tiny houses, homes for hope The tiny house movement is booming, even though in most places, people can't legally live in them. But that didn't stop a group of enthusiasts from learning how to build one at CAFAM. What will they do with their tiny homes? And as Angelenos have passed measures to build more housing for the homeless, a group of architecture students is trying to speed up access to shelter -- with designs for temporary housing with "curb appeal."
Ryan Murphy on how his Half Foundation led to 'Feud' Ryan Murphy oversees a small TV empire on FX, with series including American Horror Story, American Crime Story and his latest effort, Feud. The first cycle of that show focuses on the rivalry between movie icons Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. On all his shows, Murphy now has a strict rule: at least half of the directors and crew members must be women or minorities.