David Brodsly

author of “LA Freeway: An Appreciative Essay”

Guest

David Brodsly on KCRW

Freeways were originally conceived as part of a vision for a better tomorrow.

Freeways used to symbolize freedom. Not anymore.

Freeways were originally conceived as part of a vision for a better tomorrow.

from Design and Architecture

More from KCRW

Abigail Disney’s father Roy was Walt's nephew. For her, being a Disney came with so much baggage that she almost ditched the name altogether.

from The Business

David Rieff discusses “Divorcing” by Susan Taubes: the reimagined end of an autobiographical marriage.

from Bookworm

Are some people more deserving than others? Should queues and priorities apply to everyone or should some people be able to jump ahead?

from Second Opinion

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Emmy-award winning actor Jeff Daniels.

from The Treatment

The novel coronavirus pandemic is a daily reminder of how quickly life can change.

from Life Examined

Nielsen released year-end streaming data for 2020, and more minutes were spent watching “The Office” on Netflix than any other show.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Garth Greenwell discusses seeking human truths by writing into an abyss, and his new novel Cleanness .

from Bookworm

David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report for January 13, 2021.