A detail from Ai Weiwei’s “Life Cycle” (2018). Courtesy the artist and Marciano Art Foundation.
Oct. 2, 2018from Design and Architecture
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is known for works that challenge repressive regimes and government censorship.
Oct. 19, 2017from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The chances of flooding and debris flowing to areas burned by the 2017 Thomas Fire have greatly dropped.
Dec. 11from KCRW Features
How do you make your own architectural statement on a street filled with eye-grabbing Eric Owen Moss buildings?
Dec. 10from Design and Architecture
Alonso Duralde and Dave White regularly review films for KCRW’s "Press Play." They each offer five of their top films of the year.
Dec. 10from Arts & Culture Stories
Netflix got us all hooked on binging, but some of the newer entries in the streaming wars are going a different direction.
Dec. 10from Screengrab
He got his start as a member of Oingo Boingo.
Dec. 12from The Treatment
Michael Silverblatt, host of KCRW’s “Bookworm,” has put together his favorite books of the year (in no particular order).
Dec. 5from Arts & Culture Stories
The LA Times 101 restaurant rankings are here. Yale historian Paul Freedman traces the history of American cuisine.
Dec. 13from Good Food
When a studio executive “suggested” that Greta Gerwig change the ending she had devised for her version of "Little Women," Gerwig channeled Jo March, the fiery heroine of the Louisa…
Dec. 6from The Business
Energy flows from anxiety in "Uncut Gems." You may be exhausted but you'll never be bored by Adam Sandler's astonishing performance.
Dec. 13from Film Reviews