Author and Professor of Creative Writing at Princeton University
Joyce Carol Oates raises questions about memory – ethics, what it means to love, identity, and the ability to engage, and takes us on a trip down memory lane with a reading from a…
Jun. 23, 2016from Bookworm
Joyce Carol Oates shapes a novel from the Tawana Brawley scandal of the 1980's.
Mar. 5, 2015from Bookworm
Our discussion of this anthology, written by incarcerated men and women, divides between the shocking realism of the stories and Oates’ experience as editor of the collection.
Sep. 11, 2014from Bookworm
This week, an artist gets her due at almost 100 years old, Craft Contemporary explores the body through clay, and Catherine Opie talks politics through landscapes of the American…
Mar. 10from Arts & Culture Stories
With Hollywood mostly shut down, we check in with people dealing with this difficult time across the industry.
Mar. 30from The Business
This week, a major art fair goes digital as widespread gallery closures affect our community.
Mar. 17from Arts & Culture Stories
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, TV production has almost entirely shut down.
Mar. 20from Hollywood Breakdown
In a normal year, many Angeleno designers and showroom owners would be packing their bags soon to head to Milan for Salone del Mobile, the massive furniture fair.
Mar. 12from Design and Architecture
If you look closely enough at this seemingly idyllic stretch of road, nestled between a lake and a steep hillside in Northern California, you'll notice it's not so idyllic — at least…
Mar. 10from Nocturne
Is your body more of a machine, or a garden?
Mar. 18from Here Be Monsters
Today’s entire show is about how Angelenos are helping their neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic. One Huntington Park bakery is offering free bread to kids each day.
Mar. 25from Greater LA
The show "Home" begins with a magic trick. When you walk into the theater, you see an empty stage.
Mar. 9from Opening the Curtain