What would you do about the drought if you were Jerry Brown?
Jun. 23, 2015
from Design and Architecture
After the deaths of her husband, John Gregory Dunne, and her daughter, Quintana, Joan Didion wrote "Blue Nights," the most personal and poetic book of her career.
Writer Noah Hawley on how fiction can create empathy.
from The Treatment
Peter Richardson joins Robert Scheer to discuss his latest book, “Savage Journey,” on the legendary Gonzo journalist.
from Scheer Intelligence
Columnist Joe Mathews channels Plato and Jonathan Swift as he proposes universal orphanhood to be a straight path to societal equity in California.
from Zócalo's Connecting California
When poor families receive no-strings-attached cash, that’s linked to more development in their babies’ brains, according to the new “ Baby’s First Years ” study.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
With a penchant for design, Corinne Mynatt became obsessed with discovering the history and functions of kitchen tools from flea markets around the world.
from Good Food
Bradley Cooper has two films out — “Licorice Pizza” and “Nightmare Alley.” In the first of a two-part interview, Cooper tells KCRW how he prepared for each role.
from The Business
David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report for January 17, 2022.
from David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report
COVID-19 ushered in a wave of changes, and for some, that meant a change of address, as Californians looked to new places for different opportunities.
from KCRW Features