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Food and Drink
The work of catering chefs largely exists behind the scenes—especially where lavish dinners and high-profile fundraising events are concerned.
from Good Food
KCRW's signature daily music show. New releases, live performances, and interviews.
An anthology of some of the greatest music stories never truly told. Top journalists present stand-alone audio documentaries that highlight music’s head, heart and beat.
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.
May. 17 2 hr, 45 min
A Global exploration of sounds.
May. 17 2 hr, 59 min
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk. Served fresh every weeknight.
May. 16 1 hr, 59 min
An international mix of future soul, deep dance, indie rock, and jazz.
A sonic trip through the past, present and future of roots music.
May. 16 2 hr, 56 min
Jun 5The Fonda Theatre
Jun 7The Fonda Theatre
Actor Titus Welliver talks tough guy persona on "Bosch".
May. 17from The Treatment
The latest show from Morning Becomes Eclectic, hosted by Jason Bentley. New releases, artists, live performances, and artist interviews. At KCRW.com.
May. 17from Morning Becomes Eclectic
This week, we moved a lot closer to a court challenge that could significantly reduce or eliminate constitutional protections for abortion rights.
May. 17from Left, Right & Center
Jason Bentley captures the hypnotic pulse of modern city life in a weekly dance show on Saturday nights.
May. 11from Metropolis
The life of LA chef Roy Choi seems ready made for TV. The Kogi founder went from a rough-and-tumble life in Koreatown to running an empire of restaurants and food trucks.
May. 17from Good Food
Roy Choi’s new KCET show “ Broken Bread ” highlights the work of many individuals and organizations affecting social change through food.
On June 15, noted taco expert Bill Esparza is bringing a new taco festival to the ROW DTLA , featuring a slate of nearly 50 taqueros personally curated by the man himself.
In the NBA playoffs, the Curry brothers are playing against each other for the Western Conference title.
May. 17from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
SB 50, the controversial housing bill championed by California State Senator Scott Wiener, has been shelved for debate until next year.
The Jordan Downs housing project in Watts has a long history dating back to the 1940s. It’s currently undergoing a billion dollar redevelopment.
Acclaimed architect I.M. Pei has died. He was 102.
Our critics review “John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum,” the third movie about the assassin played by Keanu Reeves; “Trial By Fire,” based on a New Yorker article about a man who was…
On the latest episode of Lost Notes, writer/designer Dylan Tupper Rupert introduces us to Fanny, a group possibly so far ahead of the curve that they were lost to history.
May. 17from Music News
Jose Galvan previews the Austin City Limits music festival. Support KCRW now and you will be automatically entered to win a VIP ACL fest sweepstakes.
The Head and the Heart recorded a special set of music for KCRW at Studio City Sound a few months ago.
While ratings for broadcast television continue to plummet, the annual ritual known as the upfronts soldiers on in New York.
May. 17from Hollywood Breakdown
The super bloom this year has given spectators in Southern California quite the wild flower show. The hills alongside LA’s freeways are carpeted with bright yellows and oranges.
May. 17from KCRW Features
Jehnny Beth of London post-punk outfit Savages, along with her producer (and life partner), Johnny Hostile, team up to score the new documentary XY Chelsea, about trans activist and…
May. 17from Today's Top Tune
It’s broadcast TV upfronts week in New York!
May. 17from The Business