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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“What’s going to happen is in our control.…The Fourth of July is associated with lots of partying and drinking, and that sort of leads to some opportunities for poor judgment,” says…

Celebrating July 4? Follow these COVID-19 safety rules

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Dr. Michael Wilkes says the risk of contracting the virus might rise as restrictions ease, leading to a liability showdown in the workplace between employers and employees.

Liability waivers may be in store for employees as more businesses reopen

Dr. Michael Wilkes says the risk of contracting the virus might rise as restrictions ease, leading to a liability showdown in the workplace between employers and employees.

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Thousands of high school students in LA are graduating this week. What’s next for them, well, everyone is trying to figure that out.

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Thousands of high school students in LA are graduating this week. What’s next for them, well, everyone is trying to figure that out.

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