Christian Bordal

Producer, 'Press Play'

KCRW Staff/Producer

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According to a recent USC report , one in 10 households in LA County struggle to provide their family with three meals a day.

Getting nutritious food to more Angelenos, boosting theatrical plays by women

According to a recent USC report , one in 10 households in LA County struggle to provide their family with three meals a day.

from Greater LA

What will it take to finally end veteran homelessness? U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough says progress in Los Angeles could have a domino effect across the country.

VA Secretary Denis McDonough says combating LA’s veteran homelessness will affect rest of country

What will it take to finally end veteran homelessness? U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough says progress in Los Angeles could have a domino effect across the country.

from Greater LA

The ports of LA and Long Beach handle more shipping containers per ship than any other port complex in the world, and right now, dozens of cargo ships are anchored off the coast.

How will LA’s shipping backlog affect consumers and business owners as holidays approach?

The ports of LA and Long Beach handle more shipping containers per ship than any other port complex in the world, and right now, dozens of cargo ships are anchored off the coast.

from Greater LA

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New information is out about how Trump wanted to seize a second presidential term.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Today Frances Haugen, a former product manager for Facebook, testified before a Senate committee, arguing that the social media company needs to be regulated.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Grieving is important and complex; there is no one “right way” to do it.

from Second Opinion

The recent oil spill off the coast of Huntington Beach has raised questions about the state of offshore oil in California, like how many structures are there and who owns them.

from Greater LA

On today’s indie spotlight, we share “Infinities,” by Boen Wang. It’s about mental illness, toxic workplace environments, Egyptian Rat Screw, and the nature of infinity.

from Bodies

People can rent the historic telescopes at LA’s Mt. Wilson Observatory for one night — complete with snacks and a guide — for $1,700.

from Greater LA

An elementary school in L.A. County was built on a contaminated site and made its community sick — How that community came together to demand change, and a controversial plan to build a new school.

from Bodies

On this week’s Life Examined, how health organizations and employers are recognizing that workplace burnout is a real and growing problem.

from Life Examined

This holiday season, as we finally enjoy the ability to gather in person, the question on many people’s minds is how to respond when a family member says they’re not vaccinated.

from Life Examined