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Jun 9Japan House
Food and Drink
Mexican Chef Gabriela Cámara has been running a massively popular seafood restaurant in Mexico City for 20 years called Contramar. She has another restaurant in San Francisco called Cala, and two offshoots serving up tacos.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
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. 23 2 hr, 35 min
A sonic trip through the past, present and future of roots music.
May. 23 2 hr, 59 min
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk. Served fresh every weeknight.
May. 22 1 hr, 59 min
An international mix of future soul, deep dance, indie rock, and jazz.
Carefully curated music from around the world.
May. 22 2 hr, 58 min
Jun 5The Fonda Theatre
Jun 7The Fonda Theatre
The latest show from Morning Becomes Eclectic, hosted by Jason Bentley. New releases, artists, live performances, and artist interviews. At KCRW.com.
May. 23from Morning Becomes Eclectic
How’s President Trump’s legal strategy working out?
May. 22from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
In the four decades of Morning Becomes Eclectic, you’ve heard countless sessions broadcast live from our humble basement studios.
May. 21from Morning Becomes Eclectic
John Fahey’s guitar playing influenced the sound of the American underground for generations. But how does that legacy change when you hear from three of the women who knew him best?
May. 23from Lost Notes
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about their history and L.A.
May. 23from Art Talk
About the interdependence between humans and trees, Richard Powers found a place for the non-human in literary fiction with his new book, The Overstory .
May. 23from Bookworm
Laurel Canyon has always been a dreamy place, lush with trees and tucked-away houses.
May. 23from Greater LA
A new bill before the California Legislature would force cities and counties that banned recreational cannabis businesses to allow a certain number of them to open.
In the Laurel Canyon era, musicians lived, practiced and collaborated in the same neighborhood. Now 50 years later, that’s still happening in LA, Kristina Benson tells Greater LA.
California is known as the capital of health and wellness fads. But when and how did the Golden State get that reputation?
May. 23from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
This may be the year that California finally gets to pick who’ll be the next president.
May. 23from Zócalo's Connecting California
The European Parliament elections just kicked off across Europe. It’s a four-day affair. The results could eventually determine whether the EU will remain a united Europe.
The Lovell Health House is at the edge of Griffith Park. The depression-era home was built in 1929 and was completely radical for its time.
On Wednesday, three more parents pleaded guilty in the college admissions cheating scandal.
The Trump administration is backing off plans to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill.
KCRW Presents the 10th Anniversary of Summer Nights. Free, All-Ages, Outdoor Performances Featuring KCRW-Curated Bands, and the Station’s Stellar DJs. Check the lineup!
May. 23from Music News
Protests against alleged sexual harassment of McDonald's employees are planned for 13 cities Thursday. And Democratic presidential hopefuls are targeting the company's shareholder meeting in Dallas.
May. 23from NPR
Dan Wilcox sits in for Jeremy Sole.
May. 23from Jeremy Sole
Labelmates and pals, Hanni El Khatib & De Lux teamed up for "Power Struggle," an anthem that packs all their inspirations: disco, post-punk, and beyond as they share production and…
May. 23from Today's Top Tune
President Trump has invited Iran to “pick up the phone and call” him. He’s also threatened the “end” of that country. It’s the latest act in a long international drama.
May. 23from To the Point