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Ezra Collective: KCRW Live from HQArts
London jazz quintet Ezra Collective hits KCRW HQ with cuts from their 2022 LP “Where I’m Meant To Be” — including “Victory Dance,” and “Welcome To My World.”
Melting ice soundtrack, flood fears in CA, gefilte fish for PassoverEnvironment
Artists, explorers, and scientists are recording audio of Antarctica sea ice melting, hoping the sounds help people sympathize with the environmental crisis.
Inside LA’s vibrant Asian American and Native American theater scenesTheater
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“Wild Life” directors Jimmy Chin and his wife Chai Vasarhelyi discuss mortality, making the film, and its uncanny parallels with their own lives.