Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Manager at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, where she works on water conservation policy
Slide the City, a pop-up slip n slide planned to hit downtown LA in late September, has ignited drought shaming and a petition.
Aug. 19, 2014from Design and Architecture
Instead of reducing water use by 20% as Governor Brown has called for, California has increased it by one percent. In the Southland, it’s up by 8%.
Jul. 16, 2014from Which Way, L.A.?
For the first time in its 54-year history, the State Water Project has cancelled all deliveries to the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California.
Feb. 3, 2014from Which Way, L.A.?
In a new book, journalist Vincent Bevins traces the Cold War massacres in Asia and Latin America that still define global political dynamics today.
May. 29from Scheer Intelligence
Data reveals that African Americans are especially susceptible to COVID-19.
May. 21from Greater LA
David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report for May 29, 2020.
May. 29from David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report
Have you ever had a friend who you thought should live their life differently than they do? A story about building a meaningful life out of chaos.
May. 20from Welcome to LA
Santa Barbara has shut its main downtown road, State Street, to cars.
May. 28from Greater LA
UnFictional host Bob Carlson’s journey on the inside of rock and roll radio.
May. 21from UnFictional
The Bundesliga resumed this month with soccer teams playing to empty stadiums. It’s the first major sports league in the world to restart amid the coronavirus health crisis.
May. 27from Studio Berlin
At a federal prison along the Central Coast in Santa Barbara County, more than 1,000 inmates and correctional officers have tested positive for COVID-19.
May. 27from Greater LA
Growing up in LA, musician Mikel Jollett did not have it easy. He escaped from a cult at a young age, and he struggled to maintain a relationship with his father.
May. 26from Greater LA