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Anne Litt's playlist, September 26, 2021
Santa Barbara Bowl
From “Back to the Future” to “The Jetsons,” when pop culture imagines the future, it often includes flying cars. But what if a more realistic future instead involves mainly bikes and public transit?
from Greater LA
KCRW's signature daily music show. New releases, live performances, and interviews.
In a political media landscape dominated by white men, “Our Body Politic” will be a source of news by and for Black women and women of color.
Each week, Sam Sanders interviews people in the culture who deserve your attention. Plus weekly wraps of the news with other journalists.
Henry Rollins hosts a mix of all kinds, from all over and all time.
A legendary figure in Japanese psychedelic rock, Shintaro Sakamoto brings a laid back and experimental approach to his work. We love the old timey sound of “The Feeling of Love.”
from Today's Top Tune
If you’re a fan of NPR, then you probably already love Sam Sanders. Perhaps he kept you (somewhat) sane through his coverage of the 2016 election cycle.
from Morning Becomes Eclectic
While we’d love nothing more than to don our finest and dance along to CHAI’s stage choreography in person, Morning Becomes Eclectic has the next best thing: A live performance and…
from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Kelly was in her 20s in the 1980s and she was determined enjoy sex without shame...until she got an STI she’d never heard of. And so she married the first person who accepted her.
In recent weeks, members of the union IATSE — the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees — have been sharing their experiences, many of them posting anonymously on the…
from The Business
Netflix has franchise-envy. Disney’s got Marvel and “Star Wars,” and Warner Bros. has DC Comics.
A close look at the health benefits of dairy products suggests the recommended 3 glasses of milk a day may not be a healthy choice.
from Second Opinion
KCRW's all-music channel blending the collected talents and tastes of all KCRW's DJs into a single voice streaming 24 hours a day.
An infectious harmony of varied sounds and melodies that bridge cultures and genres.
from José Galván
Fanatic! No way! September is ending? That was fast. We’ve been working on the October shows for weeks. In fact, next week’s dose is with Engineer X right now.
from Henry Rollins
Metropolis playlist, September 25, 2021.
Unearthing new discoveries, remixes and rarities, b-sides and lost classics.
from Dan Wilcox
Raul Campos creates a mix of emerging artists and current favorites, bringing essential cuts from around the world and a little closer to home -- from soulful grooves and fresh remixes…
from Raul Campos
Anne Litt hosts unexpected choices in progressive pop and new rhythms.
from Anne Litt
Cosmic breaks, cinematic soundscapes and ethereal outtakes, dipping and weaving between the folds
from John Moses
New music. Emerging artists. No boundaries. Served fresh every weeknight, 8-10pm.
from FREAKS ONLY
What if the man who says "I'm Your Man" isn't a man? Maria Schrader's German-language sci-fi romance explores the shifting ground between hormones and silicon.
from Film Reviews
It starts with 64 contenders — 32 in the flour category and an equal showing in corn.
from Good Food
Market correspondent Gillian Ferguson finds Chef Andy Lee at the market shopping for perilla, a mint-like plant he uses to make banchan at his pandemic pivot concept, Nanoom .
LA Times restaurant critic Bill Addison has a soft spot for Lebanese food.
Despite geographic changes and political shifts in the region, some ingredients of Macedonian cuisine remain constant. Peppers are still a mainstay.