Jason Groman

Jason Groman

KCRW Staff

Fulfillment coordinator and beat architect for KCRW

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Often described as the “Coachella of architecture,” fans of mid-century modernism are flocking to Palm Springs again this week.

Modernism fans flock to Palm Springs once again

Often described as the “Coachella of architecture,” fans of mid-century modernism are flocking to Palm Springs again this week.

from Design and Architecture

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Fires, mudslides and recovery

How should we rebuild? What could local officials have done to better prepare residents? How can we help victims and their families?

from The 805

You have another month to experience a Southern California institution. Westchester’s famed Proud Bird Restaurant, due to close yesterday, has been given a brief reprieve.

Preservation Watch: Proud Bird Gets a Reprieve

You have another month to experience a Southern California institution. Westchester’s famed Proud Bird Restaurant, due to close yesterday, has been given a brief reprieve.

from Design and Architecture

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