Center for a New American Security
Julie Smith is Director of the Strategy and Statecraft Program at the Center for a New American Security. Previously, she served as the Deputy National Security Advisor to Vice President Joe Biden.
When poor families receive no-strings-attached cash, that’s linked to more development in their babies’ brains, according to the new “ Baby’s First Years ” study.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Thursday throwdown continues with brand new Toro Y Moi off his forthcoming record, due out in April.
from Morning Becomes Eclectic
This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes back Academy Award winning director Guillermo del Toro, whose latest film is an adaption of the novel “Nightmare Alley” by William Lindsay…
from The Treatment
On the heels of their sixth album, 1988's "16 Lovers Lane," beloved Australian indie outfit The Go-Betweens stopped by “SNAP!” to discuss their home country's influence on their music, the genesis of the album's title, and how they wrote its hit.
from Bent by Nature
A balanced diet of indie grooves, modern psych, alternative R&B and straight up rock and roll.
from Tyler Boudreaux
The City of Los Angeles is seven years into an ambitious plan to end traffic-related deaths by 2025. So why are fatalities going up?
from Greater LA
Music to make you feel.
from Francesca Harding
This week we’re featuring new work from some familiar names (especially if you’re a fan of Australian legacy artists).
from KCRW’s Global Beat
LA Times columnist Patt Morrison is back with an updated version of her 2011 bestseller: “Río L.A.: Tales from the Los Angeles River.”
from Greater LA