Howard Cohen

Co-president, Roadside Attractions

Guest

Co-president of Roadside Attractions, whose documentary The Cove, made the short list; Good Hair and September Issue did not

Howard Cohen on KCRW

Until a change in the city charter 20 years ago, voters in some parts of Los Angeles were able to take stubs from their ballot, present them to local independent…

Donuts for votes, and other ways to get people to go to the polls

Until a change in the city charter 20 years ago, voters in some parts of Los Angeles were able to take stubs from their ballot, present them to local independent…

from Arts & Culture Stories

The Academy's Short List Shorts Some Docs; Hugowood

from The Business

More from KCRW

Rogét Chahayed’s work is nominated for six Grammys this year, including Album of the Year for Mary J. Blige’s “Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe).”

from Greater LA

Brian Tyree Henry breaks down his lead role in “Causeway,” the grief and healing process, and his approach to acting.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Deadly mass shootings occurred in Half Moon Bay and Oakland on Monday, following Saturday’s massacre in Monterey Park.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

71-year-old soul-funk legend Lee Fields and his fighting-form band The Expressions are here to make you groove and swoon.

from Live From

California’s pretensions have acquired real weight.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Greater LA’s special series, “Born & Razed,” closely looks at changing neighborhoods across Southern California. This rebroadcast of episode two focuses on Oxnard.

from Greater LA

Heavy rains bring destruction to SoCal, and thousands of residents in Santa Barbara County remain stranded. President Biden declared a state of emergency.

from Greater LA

Rooftop solar is about to get more expensive, so local solar installers are busy but expecting tough days ahead. The Imperial Valley is known for agriculture.

from Greater LA

Repairing the Whittier Narrows Dam was reclassified in 2016 from “high urgency” to “very high urgency” by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

from Greater LA