Star-Ledger / NJ.com
Politics writer for the Star-Ledger and NJ.com, a New Jersey Advance Media news website; former host of KCRW's The Business (2009)
We go inside the secret world of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, “the man who owns the news”…and a lot of Hollywood.
Feb. 23, 2009from The Business
This week, we talk about the Oscars' sci-tech awards and ask: Why do Hollywood's techo geeks have to sit at the kid's table?
Feb. 16, 2009from The Business
Getting famous isn't all its cracked up to be. Just ask Peter Jacobson, aka Dr. Chris Taub on the Fox hit, House.
Feb. 9, 2009from The Business
Concert promoters Goldenvoice have announced that next month’s Coachella Festival in Indio, California has been rescheduled to the weekends of October 9-11 and 16-18.
Mar. 10from Music News
One frequent issue for people experiencing homelessness is hygiene -- how to keep clean when you don’t have ready access to running water, soap, a shower, clean clothes.
Mar. 11from Greater LA
"Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution," evokes the history of a camp for disabled kids that flourished in the Catskills in the 1960s and 1970s.
Mar. 27from Film Reviews
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot, I talk about the audience, which has been practicing a kind of social distancing since the moment Netfix started streaming — or, if you…
Mar. 18from Martini Shot
In a normal year, many Angeleno designers and showroom owners would be packing their bags soon to head to Milan for Salone del Mobile, the massive furniture fair.
Mar. 12from Design and Architecture
In 1971, when sound designer Jim LeBrecht was 15, he had a summer of love at a camp for disabled kids. It was a place that fostered a spirit of history-changing activism.
Mar. 20from The Business
If you’re suddenly out of work due to a suspended production, closed office, or canceled Hollywood event, KCRW’s The Business would like to hear from you.
Mar. 18from The Business
Jenny Offill’s Weather is a book about people living very much in our times.
Mar. 12from Bookworm
Stephen Wright’s Processed Cheese finds hilarity in the tragedy of contemporary life.
Mar. 19from Bookworm