Roughly 95% of commercially caught lobster in California is shipped to China, where customers are willing to pay premium prices.
Feb. 6from KCRW Features
How you can help the music industry — and how the music industry can help each other. Here are some ways you can support artists while we cope with the societal changes of coronavirus.
Mar. 24from Music News
Grocery stores nationwide are handling an unusually high demand from customers. How are grocery clerks coping?
Mar. 18from Greater LA
Dr. Michael Wilkes of UC Davis talks about a big problem hospitals are facing: Should medical residents be involved in the fight against COVID-19?
Mar. 27from KCRW Features
Dr. Michael Wilkes of UC Davis talks about the challenges other nations have struggled with during the pandemic.
Mar. 26from KCRW Features
Schools rightfully closed campuses during the coronavirus pandemic, but that lost class time should be made up.
Mar. 26from Zócalo's Connecting California
As the first big wave of COVID-19 infections hit San Francisco and LA, some city dwellers want to ride out the pandemic in more rural environments.
Undocumented housekeepers are losing work due to the coronavirus outbreak. They don’t qualify for unemployment income and may not be eligible for government bailout.
What are renters and landlords doing when rent is due on April 1? One LA City Councilman is fighting for a rent freeze.
Mar. 26from Greater LA
Several clinics in Santa Barbara have begun testing patients for COVID-19 from their cars, but only certain people qualify.
Mar. 24from KCRW Features