Matt Guilhem

Matt Guilhem

KCRW Staff

Matt Guilhem is a public radio host and reporter who recently moved back to Southern California from Boise, Idaho. There, Matt hosted 'Morning Edition' at KBSX for three years. Before that he was reporter and afternoon host for the Inland Empire's NPR station, KVCR covering everything from Mid-century modern architecture in Palm Springs to San Bernardino's warehouse industry. The way to his heart is through a well made old fashioned.


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This week, bars, nightclubs, wineries and breweries in California were asked to close immediately, and restaurants to offer delivery or takeout service only.

Last call: How long can bars survive without business?

This week, bars, nightclubs, wineries and breweries in California were asked to close immediately, and restaurants to offer delivery or takeout service only.

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With newfound time on your hands during the COVID-19 outbreak, you may want to help those in need. We get some tips on how to do this while staying a safe six feet away.

How to lend a hand while social distancing

With newfound time on your hands during the COVID-19 outbreak, you may want to help those in need. We get some tips on how to do this while staying a safe six feet away.

from KCRW Features

On February 25, 1970, young protestors stormed the Bank of America building in the UCSB-adjacent community of Isla Vista and set it on fire.

UCSB students remember 50th anniversary of Isla Vista’s Bank of America burning

On February 25, 1970, young protestors stormed the Bank of America building in the UCSB-adjacent community of Isla Vista and set it on fire.

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Nearly 40 million Californians just completed the first weekend under Governor Gavin Newsom's shelter-in-place directive. Much of Los Angeles was shuttered.

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Due to COVID-19, LA County’s criminal and civil trials are suspended, while entire courthouses are shut down.

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Why did it take doctors years to figure out that a medical device was the cause of Melynda’s debilitating pain? How did this dangerous vaginal mesh get implanted in millions of women?

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Several clinics in Santa Barbara have begun testing patients for COVID-19 from their cars, but only certain people qualify.

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The White House has unveiled a $1 trillion stimulus package in response to COVID-19.

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Humans are social animals, and social distancing is hard. This weekend, countless Angelenos headed for hiking trails and beaches.

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“Wash your hands” is a universal mantra now more than ever. One man meditatively uses soap and water to create a little zen while completing the kitchen’s dirtiest task.

from Good Food

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.

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Doctors and nurses are on the frontlines of dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, and some have been raising concerns that they’re not adequately protected.

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