DONATE!

close

Ann Owens

Guest

Ann Owens on KCRW

California counties sue the pharmaceutical industry, the health of California's beaches, and an in-depth look at school segregation in Los Angeles.

Fault Lines: School Segregation in Los Angeles

California counties sue the pharmaceutical industry, the health of California's beaches, and an in-depth look at school segregation in Los Angeles.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More from KCRW

Bernie Sanders and his 2016 campaign helped usher in a new generation of politicians and brought several progressive ideas to the Democratic Party platform.

from The Mixer

Tosh Berman, the son of the artist Wallace Berman, describes his childhood surrounded by  the revolutionary artists of the Beat movement.

from Scheer Intelligence

Julio Gosdinksi runs a stable of sixty­six horses, “all jumpers.”

from SoundsLA

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.

High-speed rail is going off the tracks. Now state Republicans are floating the idea of an autobahn through the Central Valley.

from Design and Architecture

This time it really is about the films themselves.

from Film Reviews

Senior officials in the Trump Justice Department really have suspected the president of allegiance to Russia. They considered invoking the 25th Amendment.

from To the Point

The Actors’ Gang has two things that run through their productions: style and politics.  The style is a distant relative of Commedia Dell’Arte, the Italian comic tradition built…

from Opening the Curtain

Enriqueta Marti was a real-life monster who roamed the streets of 20th Century Barcelona  collecting bones and kidnapping children. Except, of course, she wasn’t.

from UnFictional