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Dozens of large colorful portraits are currently hanging along the sidewalk of Linden Avenue in Carpinteria. They were captured by photographer Patricia Houghton Clarke, and are part…
Oct. 30from KCRW Features
KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian visited Barkan’s home in Santa Barbara.
Oct. 28from KCRW Features
On the first Wednesday of each month, hundreds of students line up at Santa Barbara City College for free food. That’s a sign of how expensive college has gotten.
Oct. 14from KCRW Features
After a tumultuous year, Jeff Garlin is back with a brand new hour of comedy recorded in his hometown Chicago.
Oct. 24from The Treatment
Every divorce story is a marriage story, but every movie about divorce is not on the level of Noah Baumbach's "Marriage Story."
Nov. 8from Film Reviews
The setup at the center of Mike Birbiglia's one-man show "The New One" is not particularly new. In fact, it's familiar trope: the reluctant dad.
Nov. 4from Opening the Curtain
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I break the first rule of show business, which is "Nobody Pays for Homework". It’s basically a history lesson.
Nov. 6from Martini Shot
Almost a decade ago, Feras Fayyad was imprisoned and tortured by the Assad regime in Syria for filming anti-government protests. But after his release, he kept making documentaries.
Oct. 18from The Business
WarnerMedia hosted a 2-hour event this week where presenters shared the goals and details of HBO Max, which will launch in 2020.
Nov. 1from Hollywood Breakdown
At the New York Times Dealbook Conference, the Netflix CEO weighed in on Saudi Arabia, increased playback speeds, and the theatrical experience.
Nov. 8from Hollywood Breakdown
Words, words, words. "Synonyms," an Israeli film set in Paris, is all about them. For once, though, wordiness in a movie is a good thing, even a delightful thing.
Oct. 25from Film Reviews
The Getty Fire has spread to hundreds of acres, with tens of thousands of people forced to evacuate.
Oct. 29from Design and Architecture