Chery Glaser

Chery Glaser

Host/KCRW Staff, Red State, Blue State

Chery Glaser has spent more than 20 years as a radio host, reporter, and producer—including ten years at Marketplace, public radio’s business and finance program.  She’s covered stories from the Northridge Earthquake and Hurricane Katrina to the chocolate business. Chery’s been named best local radio anchor by the LA Press Club and by the Alliance for Women in Media’s Gracie Awards.  

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High winds and dry conditions have caused several wildfires to break out across Los Angeles. We get the latest on evacuations, school closures, air quality, and containment.

The latest on LA County wildfires

High winds and dry conditions have caused several wildfires to break out across Los Angeles. We get the latest on evacuations, school closures, air quality, and containment.

from Greater LA

Millions of young people across the country and around the world took part in the Youth Climate Strike last week and international leaders were in New York Monday for the U.N.

‘A battle by the human race to save civilization:’ A pitch to Hollywood to talk about climate change

Millions of young people across the country and around the world took part in the Youth Climate Strike last week and international leaders were in New York Monday for the U.N.

from KCRW Features

For some young Latinos, the deadly attack in El Paso hit especially hard, because there’s already a lot of trauma to deal with.

El Paso shooting and anti-immigrant rhetoric hits home

For some young Latinos, the deadly attack in El Paso hit especially hard, because there’s already a lot of trauma to deal with.

from KCRW Features

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The nominations for the 2020 Academy awards were announced Monday morning, which showcased some historic nominations and notable upsets.

‘The L Word: Generation Q’ is not a reboot of the groundbreaking Showtime series on lesbian life in Los Angeles.

from The Treatment

The BLVD is a pint-sized, unassuming dive bar in Boyle Heights that hosts rap battles every other Friday. The last winner of the rap battles took home $1000 cash.

from Greater LA

When filmmaker Lulu Wang set out to write and direct a personal movie based on a real-life family saga, she had a clear vision for an American film, largely set in China, mostly in…

from The Business

In a perverse way, California’s booms are harder on its people than its busts.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Composer Daniel Lopatin says the score for the film was built around Adam Sandler’s character, Howard Ratner.

from KCRW Features

Actor Rufus Sewell is best known as a villain, having struck fear in protagonists’ hearts for over twenty years – with a witty and thoughtful acting style.

from The Treatment

Olivia Wilde and Bryan Ling got inside the heads of teenagers to get it just right.

from KCRW Features

The " Jeopardy!" GOAT tournament is doing huge ratings for ABC.

from Screengrab