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Francesca Harding's playlist, September 30, 2022
Roy and Edna Disney/Calarts Theatre
Health & Wellness
Clinical Psychologist Julia Rucklidge discusses the role of nutrition in treating and preventing mental health disorders. Author Michael Moss talks about how food is being designed to keep us wanting more.
from Life Examined
KCRW's signature daily music show. New releases, live performances, and interviews.
Unbelievably true stories of chance encounters that changed the world. A pair of mail-order shoes that led to the film The Outsiders. A secret road to a California paradise.
Left, Right & Center is KCRW’s weekly politics show where we take on the tough, divisive issues you’re afraid to talk about with your own family.
Each episode of this documentary series begins with a medical mystery. Sometimes the sickness is in the body, and sometimes the sickness is in the system.
Sep. 30 2 hr, 52 min
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk. Served fresh every weeknight.
Sep. 29 1 hr, 59 min
A soulful rhythmic journey through time and space... sonic love notes from cities to mountain tops, to the heart of the tropics and into the cosmos.
Sep. 28 3 hr
A balanced diet of indie grooves, modern psych, alternative R&B and straight up rock and roll.
Sep. 27 3 hr
A varied sonic experience to jazz, blending music, style, and culture.
Sep. 25 2 hr
The Greek Theatre
The Fox Theater Pomona
The City of LA will open the Section 8 housing voucher waitlist next month.
from Greater LA
Legendary new wave band Tears for Fears joins us at The Village Studios for a killer set spanning classics like “Mad World,” to standouts from their latest album, “The Tipping Point.”
from Live From
Fanatic! I’m sitting on the tour bus in Fort Smith AR. We actually had some fall weather for a few days but that’s over with and we’re back into the heat.
from Henry Rollins
Metropolis playlist September 24, 2022.
Jaime Jarrín has been the Spanish language voice for the Dodgers over the last 64 years. He’s called thousands of games, and his retirement comes at the end of this season.
from Greater LA
Today nearly 60% of NFL players are Black, only three head coaches are Black, and zero team owners are Black, according to a Washington Post investigation.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday signed a bill that would make it easier for farmworkers to form unions, though he originally opposed it.
LA post-punks Automatic hit legendary Apogee Studio for a muscular performance engineered by recording great Bob Clearmountain.
from Live From
For years, the government has offered incentives to help people purchase electric cars.
from Greater LA
The founders of ChargerHelp! want to repair the nation’s electric vehicle charging stations while bringing equity to the workplace.
In the new exhibition “Promised Land,” artist Patrick Martinez uses landscape paintings to reflect on a changing LA and how his family life fits into it.
Music to make you feel.
from Francesca Harding
Deatra Cohen and Adam Siegel penned a definitive guide to the medicinal plant knowledge of Ashkenazi herbal healers, from the Middle Ages to the 20th century.
from Good Food
Gustavo Arellano gears up for the fifth consecutive Great Tortilla Tournament, breaking down brackets and the faceoff between corn and flour.
Lincoln Heights establishment Benny Boy Brewing is making a Basque cider and other fruited fermentations.
Mike Cirone brings apples down from See Canyon which baker Emily Eversman shops for at the farmer’s market.
Carrying on a legacy, Alexis Navarette recalls working on the weekends as a kid and connecting with the culture of his parents’ South LA restaurant.
Rare apple hunter Tom Brown, who's been crisscrossing his native North Carolina and beyond, is on a mission to find and save America's rare apples.
In light of competition from other streaming services, Netflix has adjusted its business model.Will they need to make more changes to survive?
from The Business
Former scientologist Mike Rinder discusses the dark and dystopian truths to the organization he served for almost 50 years in his memoir “A Billion Years.”
Each week throughout the 2022 Tortilla Tournament of Champions, judge Gustavo Arellano will take your most burning (but never burnt) tortilla questions.
KCRW's signature music program features new releases, live performances, and artist interviews.
from Morning Becomes Eclectic