Host Madeleine Brand looks at news, culture and emerging trends through the lens of Los Angeles.
Musician and cartoonist Dave Chisholm documents Miles Davis’ turbulent life in the new graphic novel, “Miles Davis and the Search for the Sound.”
Critics review the latest film releases: “Godzilla Minus One,” “Eileen,” “Silent Night,” and “Candy Cane Lane.”
A crêpe is a thin pancake that’s pliable enough to fold or roll around a filling. Jacques Pépin’s method requires no blender and no putting the batter in the fridge to rest.
Michelle Buteau talks about fighting patriarchal standards of beauty, uplifting audiences at her comedy shows, and navigating others’ opinions around her surrogacy.
Monica Lee’s restaurant Beverly Soon Tofu is part of LA culinary history. Now she’s published a cookbook called “ Sohn-mat: Recipes and Flavors of Korean Home Cooking .”
To find unique gifts for loved ones, browse Carla’s Fresh Market, Heath Ceramics, artisan pop-ups at Craft Contemporary and Green and Bisque Clay House, and more.
United Airlines has implemented a new boarding process they’re calling “WILMA” (window, middle, aisle). The company says it’ll reduce bottlenecks.
Lina González-Granados is conducting LA Opera’s “El Último Sueño de Frida y Diego.” She reflects on the show’s themes of love and forgiveness, plus her journey to U.S. orchestras.
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