Film Independent Presents and KCRW bring you an advance screening of Episode 1 of Good Omens. We hope to see you there!
Apr. 30from Arts & Culture Stories
Film Independent Presents and KCRW bring you an advance screening of Trial By Fire from Roadside Attractions.
Apr. 23from Arts & Culture Stories
KCRW invites you to attend a free advance screening of Poms from STX Entertainment. We hope to see you there!
Apr. 15from Arts & Culture Stories
FILM at LACMA in partnership with KCRW presents an advance screening of Fosse/Verdon from FX Networks.
Mar. 22from Arts & Culture Stories
Film Independent Presents in partnership with KCRW bring you a special advance screening of The Best of Enemies from STX Entertainment. We hope to see you there!
Mar. 15from Arts & Culture Stories
When speaking in radio, you shouldn’t say “verdant lawn” when you mean “green grass.” Clarity is king.
Mar. 13from Arts & Culture Stories
It’s a very international year for the Academy Awards. ‘Roma’ and ‘The Favourite’ led the way with 10 Oscar nominations each, including best picture and best director.
Jan. 22from Arts & Culture Stories
Santa Barbara pastry chef Sandra Adu Zelli will debut her new bakery business, Gipsy Hill Bakery at the Santa Barbara Night Market, a holiday pop-up inside the old Macy’s building…
Nov. 22from Arts & Culture Stories
When chef Emma West began working at Satellite, a natural wine bar in Santa Barbara, she couldn’t help but notice all the people walking by in yoga pants. A popular…
Oct. 24, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
The Santa Barbara Indian restaurant Bibi Ji is lucky enough to sit just blocks away from two weekly farmers markets. That means dishes are brimming with fresh produce. To celebrate…
Sep. 28, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
Just east of West Hollywood, right before the iconic Sunset Strip, a MedMen billboard looms over pedestrians and al fresco diners eating burgers at nearby cafe.
Sep. 18, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
The wait is over. We’re proud to announce the winners of KCRW’s 6th annual 24-hour Radio Race. When we released this year’s theme, The New Normal, we encouraged the 250…
Sep. 12, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
When Joe Reyes died last month, he was one of hundreds of people who die homeless in Los Angeles every year. Almost 900 people died on the streets last year,…
Sep. 7, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
If you visit the Santa Barbara Farmers Market on certain Saturdays, you may notice new cooking demos taking place. Sometimes it’s a local chef teaching you how to cook a…
Sep. 6, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
If you’ve never stayed up for 24 hours straight to make radio, you’re missing out. KCRW’s 6th Annual 24-Hour Radio Race had 250 teams participate this year. We received submissions…
College students are returning to their campuses this month to begin the new academic year. And in the months ahead there will likely be heated debates, big and small, over…
Sep. 5, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
Electric scooters seem to be everywhere you look these days, zipping by on the sidewalk, or blocking the sidewalk, dotting every other street corner.
Aug. 29, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
For some people, a trip to the farmers market is the highlight of the week. But for others, it can be an intimidating experience. There’s a lot to choose from…
Picture the inside of a casino. What’s the first thing that comes to mind? You don’t have to be a high roller in your spare time to stake a…
Aug. 21, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
On a recent Saturday night in Hollywood, a bar was packed with 20 and 30-somethings drinking, talking have having a good time. They were here to see a variety show,…
Aug. 13, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
My laptop glows red behind the dimmest setting of my headlamp. I’m taking a short break to eat a small ration of my cousin’s rhubarb pie. It’s 2:37 a.m., I’m…
Aug. 9, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
In the 1960s, Latino and Filipino farmworkers in California’s Central Valley were struggling to unionize in a battle for better pay and labor conditions.
Jun. 4, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories
The results are in! Two weeks ago, we asked you to participate in a voting round to determine which of your awesome questions Curious Coast should investigate next. Today, after…
May. 4, 2018from Arts & Culture Stories