Chris Ware’s Rusty Brown depicts life the way it is: jam packed with details, the closer you look the ever more there is.
Dec. 12from Bookworm
And How Are You, Dr. Sacks?: A Biographical Memoir of Oliver Sacks by Lawrence Weschler is a book that can only be itself.
Dec. 5from Bookworm
From the archives, Ocean Vuong speaks of leaving his thumbprint on his new novel On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous .
Nov. 22from Bookworm
How do you make your own architectural statement on a street filled with eye-grabbing Eric Owen Moss buildings?
Dec. 10from Design and Architecture
This week, we talk with a Hollywood assistant who, like many, has not only been underpaid, but has had staplers and markers thrown at her.
Nov. 27from The Business
Michael Silverblatt, host of KCRW’s “Bookworm,” has put together his favorite books of the year (in no particular order).
Dec. 5from Arts & Culture Stories
Part of the streaming wars is trying to figure out the perfect way to release new episodes--one at a time, all at once, or some combination of the two?
Nov. 29from Hollywood Breakdown
They were once one company, then broken up, but now Shari Redstone is re-combining CBS and Viacom.
Dec. 3from Screengrab
I’m guessing the last thing you need is another “to do” on your holiday list…but I want you to add one more. You need to go see “Jitney” at the Mark Taper Forum.
Nov. 25from Opening the Curtain
In her feature film debut, ‘Queen & Slim’, director Melina Matsoukas has made a road drama that examines African American stereotypes and flipped them on their heads.
Nov. 28from The Treatment
Most of the ocean floor has never been mapped in detail. Some scientists are trying to change that, using sonar to see what satellites can’t.
Dec. 11from Here Be Monsters
After beginning her writing career in sitcoms like "Family Matters," "Sister Sister," "Moesha" and "The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air," Felicia Henderson turned her attention to television…
Dec. 13from KCRW Features