San Diego State University
History professor at San Diego State University and author of the book All You Need Is Love: The Peace Corps and Spirit of the 1960s
The Peace Corps, which has been sending Americans overseas to do aid work for 50 years, is struggling to recruit new volunteers.
Jul. 15, 2014from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Sonoratown looks to defend its crown in this year’s tournament. Sohui Kim is your guide to building a Korean pantry at home, and Jet and Ali Tila are improving on the classics.
Aug. 16from Good Food
This week saw the long-awaited recombining of CBS and Viacom.
Aug. 16from Hollywood Breakdown
KCRW and Film Independent invite you to an advance screening of Official Secrets from IFC films.
Aug. 15from Arts & Culture Stories
This week, you can: catch the end of a blockbuster hip-hop photography show; see how artists draw inspiration from the urban environment; sit in a tea house made of tree branches;…
Aug. 12from Design and Architecture
In its zeal to oppose President Trump at every turn, California risks becoming that the thing that it fears.
Aug. 15from Zócalo's Connecting California
Where would America be without the muckraking journalists and the publications that champion their work?
Aug. 16from Scheer Intelligence
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
There’s a temptation with the big stories, say a Greek myth, to embrace the epic, larger-than-life quality. After all it’s a myth, right? Take playwright Sarah Ruhle’s “Eurydice”.
Aug. 12from Opening the Curtain
Julianne Moore joins us with her husband, writer-director Bart Freundlich, to talk about their careers and their new drama, ‘After the Wedding,’ the fourth film they’ve made together.
Aug. 16from The Business