Grizzly Bear Project
Editor and publisher of the Grizzly Bear Project, a journalism project dedicated to California politics and policy; former capitol reporter for the Los Angeles Times; former editor of Capitol Weekly and of Political Pulse, a newsletter of California politics
State lawmakers are staying up late this week, wrangling last minute details on some controversial greenhouse gas regulations.
Sep. 9, 2015from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Log Cabin Republicans are a gay political group, and they organized 38 years ago.
Mar. 3, 2015from Which Way, L.A.?
Since Barbara Boxer announced her retirement from the US Senate, Attorney General Kamala Harris is the only announced candidate. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has endorsed her.
Jan. 26, 2015from Which Way, L.A.?
NBC’s Peacock launches on July 15, and one way it hopes to stand apart from other streamers is price. A basic ad-supported version of the service will be free.
Jul. 10from Hollywood Breakdown
Director Gina Prince-Bythewood found a project that fit into many of the themes she's explored in her films going back to her debut, 2000's "Love & Basketball" in, of all places, the…
Jul. 7from The Treatment
David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report for July 9, 2020.
Jul. 9from David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report
Josh Barro, Megan McArdle and Dorian Warren talk about the coronavirus response, the end of the Supreme Court term and the visit of the Mexican president.
Jul. 10from Left, Right & Center
The City of LA is starting a new relief program for unemployed Angelenos who are struggling to pay rent because of COVID-19.
Jul. 13from Greater LA
This week: Talk about mobility in the age of staying in place; celebrate the life of FoLAR founder Lewis MacAdams; take a hike in LA County; couch surf design shows; learn about…
Jul. 13from Design and Architecture
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced on Monday that international students will not be allowed to stay in the U.S. if they cannot take in-person college courses this fall.
Jul. 7from Greater LA
John C. Fremont was instrumental in California becoming a state. He was one of the first two senators. He was the first Republican candidate for president in 1856.
Jul. 3from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
When the going gets weird, put on a mask, and revel in it.
Jul. 9from Zócalo's Connecting California