Evan George

Senior Editor, On-Air

Producer

Evan George is KCRW's Senior On-Air Editor.  This after serving  as the managing producer of KCRW's To the Point and Which Way, LA? Evan is half of a cookbook-writing duo Hot Knives,  and a five-time champion at the Grilled Cheese Invitational. In a former life, he reported for the Los Angeles Daily Journal and wrote for the Los Angeles Downtown News.

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LA County officials are tightening the rules on some businesses. On Tuesday, the County announced that curfews will start Friday to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

COVID curfew: Restaurants to close at 10 p.m. in LA County’s new round of pandemic business restrictions

LA County officials are tightening the rules on some businesses. On Tuesday, the County announced that curfews will start Friday to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

from KCRW Features

Los Angeles erupted when news broke that the presidential race had been called for Joe Biden. Fireworks went off in Echo Park.

Relief, ecstasy, and disbelief: LA reacts to Biden and Harris winning the White House

Los Angeles erupted when news broke that the presidential race had been called for Joe Biden. Fireworks went off in Echo Park.

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State officials are cracking down on unofficial ballot drop boxes placed by Republicans in LA, Orange, and Fresno counties.

Unofficial ballot boxes: Secretary of State Alex Padilla sent cease-and-desist letters to the California Republican Party

State officials are cracking down on unofficial ballot drop boxes placed by Republicans in LA, Orange, and Fresno counties.

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