The Los Angeles River in downtown is getting new bridges and parks. But with the greening of the river may come “green gentrification.”
Mar. 6, 2018from Design and Architecture
Eighty years ago this week, rain poured down on Los Angeles. Floods washed out roads, bridges and thousands of homes.
Feb. 27, 2018from Design and Architecture
William Finnegan talks surfing, writing, and growing up.
Jun. 14from The 805
In the early ‘80s, two teenage siblings in London recorded an album that fused Pakistani pop and British New Wave. It became a perfect harmony of the two worlds they lived in.
Jun. 6from Lost Notes
Edward Goldman talks about American cultural experiences that inspired him as a young boy in Russia.
Jun. 11from Art Talk
“The Last Black Man in San Francisco” is about the stories we need to tell ourselves.
Jun. 7from Film Reviews
The daughter of Mexican migrant field workers is now an engineer at Pasadena's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. She dreams of being an astronaut and visiting Mars.
Jun. 12from Greater LA
17-year-old Lupe Felix used to go to high school in Boyle Heights, but she moved to Tijuana last summer to live with her mom, who was deported.
Jun. 10from Greater LA
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp praises the artist’s power grab.
Jun. 13from Art Talk
This week we remember the pioneering Creole chef Leah Chase. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Rick Bragg has written a loving ode to his mom’s Southern table.
Jun. 14from Good Food
LA’s homeless population grew by 16% in the city last year. Homelessness is up by 40% in Orange County, and 17% in San Francisco.
Jun. 5from Press Play with Madeleine Brand