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LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl talks about this COVID-19 surge, balancing the health crisis with the economic crisis, possible fines for not wearing masks, and mixed messaging between the city and county over testing.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
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.
Los Angeles County is spending hundreds of millions of dollars a year to combat homelessness. Yet the problem is getting worse. Why?
Henry Rollins hosts a mix of all kinds, from all over and all time.
Jul. 03 2 hr
Jul. 03 2 hr, 50 min
An international mix of future soul, deep dance, indie rock, and jazz.
Jul. 02 3 hr
Two of Berlin's most informed tastemakers take us on a weekly journey soundtracked by what is rocking the hippest city on earth right now.
Jun. 29 57 min
Jun. 28 1 hr, 59 min
Jul 4Oak Canyon Park
KCRW's signature music program features new releases, live performances, and artist interviews guest hosted by Anne Litt.
Jul. 3from Morning Becomes Eclectic
In 2012, English electronic dance legends, Orbital, emerged from an 8-year hiatus with a new album “Wonky.” KCRW DJ Mario Cotto recalls ‘totally losing his marbles’ during the set.
Jul. 2from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Read this post from Josh Barro about new changes on Left, Right & Center.
Jul. 1from Left, Right & Center
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about Mary Trump’s tell-all book, Roger Stone’s orders from the judge and whether Sidney Powell and Jay Clayton are good lawyers.
Jul. 1from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Eatonville was the first all-Black city to be incorporated into the state of Florida.
Jul. 3from Good Food
“ The Negro Motorist Green Book ” was considered the "Bible of Black Travel," a guide that clued African Americans into safe roadside stops during Jim Crow.
Ninety-five percent of America’s farmers are white. Natasha Bowens left a job as a public health advocate in Washington, D.C.
One of the nation's most distinctive and varied regional cuisines comes from the American South.
T unde Wey is a Nigerian chef with an unusual traveling dinner series called “ Blackness in America .”
Jul. 3from Henry Rollins
The new documentary “Welcome to Chechnya” available on HBO and HBO Max, looks at the dangers for LGBTQ people in Russia’s Chechen Republic.
Jul. 3from The Business
More than a year ago, thousands of writers fired their agents over the practice of packaging fees .
Josh Barro reflects on 2020 so far with Dorian Warren and Megan McArdle.
Jul. 3from Left, Right & Center
John C. Fremont was instrumental in California becoming a state. He was one of the first two senators. He was the first Republican candidate for president in 1856.
Jul. 3from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Charlize Theron makes "The Old Guard" not merely believable but enjoyable.
Jul. 3from Film Reviews
L.A. punk legend Alice Bag joins KCRW's Private Playlist to share her favorite recent jams, including selections from her punk-rock exercise series, "Fit for the Apocalypse."
Jul. 3from Music Special Programming
As Gov. Gavin Newsom has ordered the closures of bars, movie theaters and indoor restaurants in California, Disneyland in Anaheim has yet to announce a new reopening date.
Jul. 3from Hollywood Breakdown
David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report for July 3, 2020.
Jul. 3from David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report
In conversation with Robert Scheer, Ron Kovic and Maj. Danny Sjursen examine their roles in our nation's bloody trajectory since the Vietnam War.
Jul. 3from Scheer Intelligence
Aurora didn’t think she had a love song in her, until the day she found out how heavenly love can be.
Jul. 3from Today's Top Tune
Garth Trinidad hosts a progressive mix of soul, hip-hop, and world rhythms. Listen On-Demand to the latest show.
Jul. 2from Garth Trinidad