Professor of American Studies, Ethnicity and History, University of Southern California
Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity and History at the University of Southern California
Part one of two in which Yaa Gyasi discusses the myriad complexities of her novels “Transcendent Kingdom” and “Homegoing.”
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…
from Good Food
It's Friday once again! Join us for new music and exciting giveaways. Throw on the coffee or tea and start your morning with us. We're almost to the weekend!
from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Twin Shadow takes a sonic shift on his new self-titled album, flexing soul and funk grooves as he embraces his Domin i can heritage. “Is There Any Love” overflows with joyous vibes.
from Today's Top Tune
Koreatown’s Wi Spa is the latest battleground in the culture wars — after a video went viral suggesting a transgender patron was admitted to a women-only section of the spa.
from KCRW Features
Metropolis playlist, July 24, 2021.
Anne Litt hosts unexpected choices in progressive pop and new rhythms.
from Anne Litt
Greater LA spoke with more than 10 Olympians from Southern California about those challenges, their journey, and passion for their sports. Here are highlights from their interviews.
from Greater LA
Project Roomkey, a statewide effort to place medically vulnerable unhoused people in hotel rooms during the pandemic, is scheduled to close at the end of September.
from Greater LA