FROM Wednesday Martin
The 'Primates of Park Avenue' When we think of anthropologists studying a culture, we picture distant tribes on the pages of National Geographic magazine. But Wednesday Martin has chosen to study the exotic tribe known as the wealthy housewives of the Upper East Side of Manhattan. In her new book, Primates of Park Avenue: A Memoir, she describes the tribe’s social behavior, hierarchy, child rearing techniques, rituals, costumes, and something called the wife bonus.
Gina Prince & Reggie "Rock" Bythewood: Shots Fired Directors Gina Prince and Reggie “Rock” Bythewood join Elvis Mitchell to discuss examining US police activity and corruption from all angles in Shots Fired.
The Art of Manufacturing, Apple's new headquarters What's one mile around, has a four-story glass door, and looks like a spaceship? DnA gets a tour of Apple's new headquarters in Cupertino. And we learn about Los Angeles' creative economy, and why LA is a hotbed for manufacturing.
The latest on the Manchester attack and ISIS ISIS has claimed responsibility for the terrorist bombing in Manchester that killed 22. We get the latest. LA has thousands of rehab centers and unlicensed sober living homes. But some of these rehab centers are bilking insurers and taxpayers out of hundreds of millions of dollars, while doing little to treat those desperate for help.