Rick Prelinger

filmmaker and archivist

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Rick Prelinger on KCRW

Despite all the problems presented by the car, it still represents personal freedom and mobility.

No More Road Trips?

Despite all the problems presented by the car, it still represents personal freedom and mobility.

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Vacationers in a tropical resort age mysteriously in "Old," an inexplicably silly horror/slasher/sci-fi feature by M. Night Shyamalan.

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Today the LA City Council approved new rules targeting people who sit, sleep and store their belongings near building entrances, freeway underpasses, parks, homeless shelters, day care…

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This fifth and final installment of “Summer Mixtape” features singer-songwriter Yola , whose new album “Stand for Myself” is out on July 30.

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“When you’re doing a 100-mile or 135-mile race like this one, anything can happen and generally does. You can have some issues out there and so will other runners. ...

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This week, author and journalist Mark Arax chronicles the journey water takes in California, from the mountainous peaks and snow melts of the north, through the nut and fruit farms of…

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Ledisi was named as one of Michelle Obama’s favorite artists in 2010, and this year, she won her first Grammy. Her new album, “Ledisi Sings Nina,” came out last week.

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Part two of two, a continuation of Yaa Gyasi’s discussion about the extraordinary explorations of her books “Homegoing” and “Transcendent Kingdom.”

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