Former community activist and director of the MultiCultural Collaborative; crime novelist whose first book was Violent Spring, set in the aftermath of the 1992 riots
Jun. 4, 2013from Arts & Culture Stories
(L-R) Warren Olney, Gary Phillips, Anna Deavere Smith and John Singleton
Apr. 26, 2012from Which Way, L.A.?
KCRW’s Steve Chiotakis visits a giant car shredder between the Ports of L.A. and Long Beach on the aptly named Terminal Island.
Apr. 29from Greater LA
A bill in Sacramento called SB50 would override local zoning rules to legalize small and mid-size apartment buildings around public transit and job centers.
May. 8from Design and Architecture
The shooting at a synagogue in San Diego County has led places of worship to lock doors, hire guards and install metal detectors.
May. 2from Greater LA
Cinco de Mayo is around the corner, so we’re looking at the sometimes complicated history of Mexican food in LA.
May. 3from Good Food
While a dispute between China and the US means tariffs and perhaps fewer imports, there’s another potential jobs killer at the Port of LA: automation.
May. 13from Greater LA
Elise Pearlstein has dedicated her life to non-fiction film, first as award-winning producer, and since 2013, as SVP of Documentary at Participant Media.
Apr. 12from The Business
Presidential candidate and US Senator Kamala Harris stopped in Los Angeles on Sunday to speak at Southwest College in South LA.
May. 20from Greater LA
The last LA pro team to win a championship is the LA Sparks. So why can't the WNBA team get more people to come to their games, more sponsors, and media coverage?
May. 22from Greater LA
This week, you can: learn about the trans-media career of a pioneering digital designer; appreciate keshiki in Japanese ceramics; track down wildlife in Los Angeles; discuss…
Apr. 15from Design and Architecture