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February 24 will be the memorial for Kobe Bryant at the Staples Center. The event is restricted to ticket holders who snagged one of the 20,000 seats. Officials are urging everyone else to watch from work or home.
from KCRW Features
KCRW's signature daily music show. New releases, live performances, and interviews.
Los Angeles is having an identity crisis. City officials tout new development and shiny commuter trains, while longtime residents are doing all they can to hang on to home.
Left, Right & Center is KCRW’s weekly civilized yet provocative confrontation over politics, policy and pop culture.
Henry Rollins hosts a mix of all kinds, from all over and all time.
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk. Served fresh every weeknight.
Feb. 21 44 min
Feb. 21 2 hr, 41 min
A Global exploration of sounds.
Feb. 21 2 hr, 58 min
An international mix of future soul, deep dance, indie rock, and jazz.
Feb. 20 1 hr, 50 min
A sonic trip through the past, present and future of roots music.
Feb. 20 2 hr, 57 min
A special Left, Right & Center recorded in front of an audience in Santa Monica.
from Left, Right & Center
KCRW's signature music program features new releases, live performances, and artist interviews guest hosted by Anne Litt.
from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Agnes Obel's music has captivated our attention since the release of her debut album in 2010.
from Morning Becomes Eclectic
A special live recording of All The President’s Lawyers.
from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Without more research we could be under-utilizing the benefits of cannabis or over using the drug and causing additional problems. There’s only one way to find out, and that’s with…
from Second Opinion
Jonathon Sawyer will tell you that the acidic nature of vinegar gives it a special ability to open our senses and make our taste buds more receptive to other tastes, something he…
from Good Food
L.A. Times restaurant critic Patricia Escarcega dives into lomo saltado and tiraditos with a Japanese spin at Yapa in Little Tokyo .
Nancy Singleton Hachisu has become our window into a highly curated way of eating in Japan.
With her hands dusty from buckwheat flour, Sonoko Sakai runs food workshops around the globe. She imparts knowledge and tradition in her latest book, “Japanese Home Cooking.”
Market Report correspondent Gillian Ferguson talks to Linda Mark, aka the Farmers Market Fairy, about her job as a personal shopper and using snap peas as part of a crudités…
Christopher Kimball has been a beacon for home cooks for years. “The New Rules” is his latest playbook of 75 guidelines for simplified and transformative cooking.
The Rapture were a flagship band of the post-punk revival that swept through the indie underground during the early 2000’s.
from Travis Holcombe
A new screen version of "The Call of the Wild" is calling to us; it's the Jack London story of a California dog named buck who goes native in the Yukon of the Gold Rush days.
from Film Reviews
In author and cultural historian Sam Wasson's new book, 'The Big Goodbye', he tells us that the 1970s ended in Hollywood in 1974, with the release of the epochal film 'Chinatown'.
from The Treatment
The Nevada caucuses are Saturday. The candidates face their most diverse electorate yet.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Pink Princess Philodendron features heart-shaped leaves with streaks of pink. Plant enthusiasts are paying hundreds of dollars for it.
Our critics review “Emma,” the fourth movie adaptation of Jane Austen’s comedy novel about finding love; “Call of the Wild,” about a sled dog from California who has to survive the…
Los Angeles and 14 other California counties are rolling out changes for voters ahead of the state’s March 3 primary.
President Trump has named Richard Grenell, the current ambassador to Germany, as acting Director of National Intelligence.
Marion Hodges has the scoop on how to enter KCRW's VIP Coachella Sweepstakes, plus some undercard artists to check out.
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