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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Seward Johnson’s 2011 sculpture “Forever Marilyn” depicts the truly iconic Marilyn Monroe mid-subway breeze from that famous scene in “The Seven Year Itch."

Kitschy or crass: Towering Marilyn Monroe statue stirs debate in Palm Springs

Seward Johnson’s 2011 sculpture “Forever Marilyn” depicts the truly iconic Marilyn Monroe mid-subway breeze from that famous scene in “The Seven Year Itch."

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Last week, a group of scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena made mankind's first powered flight on another planet.

Ingenuity mission on Mars: Parallels with Wright brothers, benefits for future astronauts

Last week, a group of scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena made mankind's first powered flight on another planet.

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