Professor of Criminology at the University of California, Irvine, where he studies community policing and violence
In Los Angeles, streets, freeways, train tracks and the LA River form boundaries that many of us aren’t aware of. These are the boundaries of gang territories.
Mar. 13, 2018from Design and Architecture
In Los Angeles, for the first time in 12 years, violent crime increased in 2014. Aggravated assaults were up 24%.
Jan. 7, 2015from Which Way, L.A.?
Humans are social animals, and social distancing is hard. This weekend, countless Angelenos headed for hiking trails and beaches.
Mar. 23from Greater LA
For one artist, digital adaptation is nothing new. A gallery opens a new show during shutdowns. An arts conference goes virtual.
Mar. 24from Arts & Culture Stories
What's a movie lover to do? No new openings because theaters are shutting down for the duration. But new releases are coming.
Mar. 20from Film Reviews
Merry Norris, the private art consultant and longtime public advocate for art and architecture in Los Angeles, died Monday night from pneumonia at age 80. Frances Anderton pays tribute…
Mar. 18from Design and Architecture
LA was once a destination for people who wanted to get away from crowded East Coast cities.
Mar. 27from Design and Architecture
“People do stupid things, and they think they're protecting themselves and their family.
Mar. 30from KCRW Features
Three members of an LA family came down with COVID-19 after a ski trip to Italy earlier this month. They tested positive for the disease at LAX on their return trip.
Mar. 25from KCRW Features
Americans see coronavirus in terms of politics more than public health. Blue states are enforcing “social distancing.” Red states are reluctant.
Mar. 26from To the Point
Grocery stores nationwide are handling an unusually high demand from customers. How are grocery clerks coping?
Mar. 18from Greater LA