Karen Bruckner

KCRW Staff

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This week: explore the rise and form of right wing media spaces; shop local crafts and give the Amazon delivery person a break; celebrate 20 years of the hauntingly beautiful…

5 design things to do: Dec 5 - 11

This week: explore the rise and form of right wing media spaces; shop local crafts and give the Amazon delivery person a break; celebrate 20 years of the hauntingly beautiful…

This week: See the discontinuity of architecture through Claude Parent's Oblique Function; see over 1,500 Disney relics before they're sold; light up the night with festive activities…

5 design things to do: Nov 28 - Dec 4

This week: See the discontinuity of architecture through Claude Parent's Oblique Function; see over 1,500 Disney relics before they're sold; light up the night with festive activities…

Coming up: discover the effects of border art at the Annenberg's W|ALLS; meet Gilbert & George; learn who gets Shortlisted for major architecture projects and why; explore the blurry…

5 design things to do: Nov 14 - 20

Coming up: discover the effects of border art at the Annenberg's W|ALLS; meet Gilbert & George; learn who gets Shortlisted for major architecture projects and why; explore the blurry…

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