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A Tortilla Tournament judge recalls recalls her dad's unique approach to food and childcare.
Sep. 6from Good Food
Written by Amy Ta, produced by Christian Bordal
When it comes to Christmas, Mexicans care more about the Eve rather than the actual day. That’s according to Gustavo Arellano,…
Dec. 20, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Two brilliant writers talk about a brilliant writer: Ann Beattie and Richard Bausch discuss the haunted dreamscapes of the short fiction of Peter Taylor.
Mar. 15, 2018from Bookworm
Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” builds a soundtrack out of vintage radio spots, commercials, and music.
Dec. 11from KCRW Features
Many people are shopping on Amazon this time of year. Free one-day shipping can mean workers injuring themselves by working too fast, and delivery vehicles increasing air pollution.
Nov. 27from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
“One Child Nation,” a documentary about the devastating effects of China’s one-child policy, has been nominated for many awards.
Dec. 13from The Business
Sean Brock speaks on the past and future of Southern cuisine. We learn about the origins of eggnog and talk with a self-described “Mississippi vegan.”
Nov. 29from Good Food
A dramatic decision by a little-known planning agency may impact how much new housing goes up in your city.
Dec. 3from Design and Architecture
He got his start as a member of Oingo Boingo.
Dec. 12from The Treatment
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I talk about what it must be like to be down a well and to look up and see the stars, and why a place I know in Hollywood is trying to do…
Dec. 4from Martini Shot
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I present my ID to the guard at the studio gate and wait to be waved through, and when I am, I’m elated, but also a little disappointed…
Dec. 11from Martini Shot
"The Aeronauts" is in the Jules Verne vein of "Around the World In 80 Days," but on a slightly more modest scale.
Dec. 6from Film Reviews