What would you do about the drought if you were Jerry Brown?
Jun. 23, 2015
from Design and Architecture
California fully reopens next week, so you may be thinking about hitting the roads this summer.
from KCRW Features
Not a comicbook, but literally illustrated text, “Street Cop,” written by Robert Coover and inhabited by Art Spiegelman.
Actor, writer and poet Saul Williams on not talking until he has something to say
from The Treatment
Ximena Vengoechea wants to teach us how to listen again with her new book “Listen Like You Mean It,” but is that even possible in a capitalist world?
from Scheer Intelligence
Businesses on the road to reopening are traversing a complex path with rules about distancing, capacity limits, and masks.
from Greater LA
Before Lin-Manuel Miranda brought his astonishing "Hamilton" to Broadway he created "In the Heights," a Broadway musical set in a Latino, mostly Dominican neighborhood of Washington…
from Film Reviews
"Have not parking lots provided great utility, even life-saving service, during the COVID plague?
from Zócalo's Connecting California
Writer Nida Manzoor wanted “We Are Lady Parts,” her series about an all-female Muslim punk band, to be funny.
from The Business
June 19, 1865 was the day in Galveston, Texas when enslaved African Americans learned they were free a full two years after then-President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation…
from Good Food