Evelyn Wendel

We Tap

Guest

Founding Director of WeTap, a non-profit dedicated to improving awareness, access and use of public drinking fountains

Evelyn Wendel on KCRW

Yesterday's  special edition of Which Way, LA?  celebrated the centennial of the LA Aqueduct. Now it’s time to ask why more people don’t drink the tap water that comes from the DWP.

LA Aqueduct Is 100 Years Old, but We Don't Drink the Water

Yesterday's special edition of Which Way, LA? celebrated the centennial of the LA Aqueduct. Now it’s time to ask why more people don’t drink the tap water that comes from the DWP.

from Which Way, L.A.?

More from KCRW

Many people have been telecommuting for more than two months now. “I really need a lot of quiet. I'm either on the phone interviewing people or am quietly writing.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Disease has thrived among dense populations since cities began. But COVID-19 is the worst example since 1918, and New York City is America’s primary victim.

from To the Point

Evergreen episode title.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

As cities nationwide smoulder with rage after a weekend of protests sparked by the death of George Floyd, Floyd’s brother appeals for calm.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Council President Nury Martinez are calling on Councilmember Jose Huizar to resign. That’s a huge escalation in the growing troubles for Huizar.

from KCRW Features

Demonstrators assembled in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday as part of national protests calling attention to the death of George Floyd, a Minneapolis black man killed by police officers…

from News Stories

The series “ Decoding Covid-19 ” offers a hopeful account of the international cooperation that has stemmed from the unprecedented crisis.

from Scheer Intelligence

A former aide to Los Angeles City Councilman José Huizar has agreed to plead guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge in connection with the federal “pay-to-play” corruption…

from KCRW Features

On Wednesday, the city and county of LA were supposed to present a plan to shelter some 7000 homeless people living near overpasses and freeways.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand