Resident of Pico-Robertson and a writer who teaches English atShalhevet High School
There are all sorts of prohibitions against working on Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest, including pushing a stroller or wheelchair, or carrying a baby or a cane.
Mar. 13, 2018from Design and Architecture
Sudan has been involved in ongoing civil wars since 1983. The wars were about religion, culture and resources. By 2005, approximately two million civilians had died. Listen to the latest episode of Here Be Monsters.
Apr. 24from Here Be Monsters
Just two days after the shocking fire at the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, the French government announced an international competition to redesign the spire.
Apr. 23from Design and Architecture
What is it about the night, about what happens in the darkness, when most people are asleep?
Apr. 23from Nocturne
In Nathan Englander’s kaddish.com , a secular Jewish son experiments with the task of shepherding his father’s soul safely to rest.
Apr. 18from Bookworm
Edward Goldman talks about the architectural glory of Los Angeles, with iconic buildings by Pritzker Prize winners within walking distance.
Apr. 9from Art Talk
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp muses on the many art festivals—not fairs— blossoming in the desert
Apr. 11from Art Talk
Elise Pearlstein has dedicated her life to non-fiction film, first as award-winning producer, and since 2013, as SVP of Documentary at Participant Media.
Apr. 12from The Business
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot, writers are firing their agents, even agents that they like.
Apr. 17from Martini Shot
Los Angeles clothing designer Waraire Boswell talks fashion in pop culture history.
Apr. 12from The Treatment