Kajon Cermak

Kajon Cermak

KCRW Staff

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Houses and housing take many forms in LA, and that includes living on boats in the Southland’s marinas.   So what’s it like to live on a yacht or sailboat?

For liveaboards, home is where the boat is

Houses and housing take many forms in LA, and that includes living on boats in the Southland’s marinas. So what’s it like to live on a yacht or sailboat?

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There's a new voice in town, that of the smartphone app called  Waze , which crowd-sources GPS signals from moving cars to guide drivers away from heavy traffic.

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KCRW's Kajon Cermak, LA's leading authority on local freeways, drops by to talks about the magic behind local traffic control, and Gideon Brower visits the  Automated Traffic…

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