University of Southern California
David Sloane is a professor of urban planning and development at USC's Price School of Public Policy and author of the forthcoming book Is the Cemetery Dead?
Physical structures can define status but so can the non-present boundaries created by zoning.
Mar. 13, 2018from Design and Architecture
USC professor David Sloane at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City. Photo by Frances Anderton.
Oct. 31, 2017from Design and Architecture
Mayor Eric Garcetti wants to bring a big music festival curated by Jay Z to downtown L.A. this summer. But critics say “not so fast.”
Apr. 9, 2014from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
For years, The CW and Netflix had a deal that worked well for both of them. With that pact now done, The CW looks toward a different kind of digital future.
Aug. 6from Screengrab
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I take a long boat trip to interesting and exotic places, and end up heading back to the boat for pizza night, which is a metaphor I hope…
Aug. 8from Martini Shot
On a brisk, June morning in Silverlake, food writer Karla Vasquez stands in front of a shady backyard table, speaking to an audience of nine.
Aug. 9from Good Food
KCRW and Gustavo’s Great Tortilla Tournament makes its triumphant return. An LA writer is working to preserve Salvadoran recipes and history.
Pacific Standard employees took to social media to express their shock and anxieties over the magazine’s abrupt end.
Aug. 9from The 805
Last year, I approached KCRW with the most ridiculous idea, in a career admittedly built on them: What if we did a sports-like tournament, but centered on tortillas?
Aug. 7from Good Food
This is Rob Long, and I got an “new email address” message that has the wrong email, and it’s emblematic of a bedrock truth about the entertainment industry: it was better when it was…
Aug. 14from Martini Shot
This week, LA County Board of Supervisors approved a new sustainability plan that includes making parks and public lands more accessible, going fossil fuel-free in 25 years, and…
Aug. 7from Greater LA
Edward Goldman talks about fond art memories from hosting KCRW’s Art Talk for 31 years.
Aug. 6from Art Talk