KCRW’s 6th annual 24-hour Radio Race is open for registration. This year’s race begins at 10 a.m. PST August 25 and lasts through 10 a.m. PST August 26. You’ll have just 24 hours to write, record and edit a nonfiction radio story. We encourage producers of any experience level to participate. Yeah, even you.
Republican Assemblyman Travis Allen represents Huntington Beach. Allen missed out on President Trump’s endorsement, but he says he still supports him and his agenda. Allen talks to us about immigration, his support for a border wall, and… Read More
You may remember him as the two-term mayor of Los Angeles, but Antonio Villaraigosa has his eyes set on higher office. He’s one of the top Democratic contenders in the race to… Read More
Playwright David Henry Hwang’s new show, “Soft Power,” sounds like it’s ripped straight from recent headlines. The first part is a comedy set in LA during the 2016 presidential election.… Read More
On Tuesday, Austin Beutner was named LAUSD’s new superintendent. He’s held high-profile jobs at City Hall and the LA Times. He did very well in private equity before that. But… Read More
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti stopped by KCRW’s studios to talk about his call to end homelessness and what that looks like. He wants to put emergency shelters in every council… Read More