Senior transportation engineer at Caltrans
Wild animals need to roam, but our freeways are in the way.
Feb. 20, 2018from Design and Architecture
Whether you subscribe to skinny bundles that include live TV, or more traditional streaming video on demand services, you may have noticed your monthly subscription prices going up…
Apr. 23from Screengrab
Netflix is possibly buying a famous Hollywood movie theater and publishing an awards magazine. Why is the streamer investing in physical buildings and paper?
Apr. 11from Hollywood Breakdown
Social psychologists and economists are working from all sides to figure out how to change doctors' prescribing behaviors, but it is not always about what’s best for patients.
Apr. 21from Second Opinion
Edward Goldman talks about a variety of cultural and political programs at Los Angeles Museums challenging our perspectives concerning art, sex and politics.
Apr. 23from Art Talk
This week, you can: hear authors talk about early 20th century LA architects; and talk about building and gentrification in LA now; go to a photo festival in repurposed shipping…
Apr. 22from Design and Architecture
DnA slaps on the sunscreen and heads to Coachella to meet the artists, designers and architects who have brought the polo fields to life with colorful large-scale art installations…
Apr. 16from Design and Architecture
After finding herself abandoned by society after leaving prison, Susan Burton became the aid she and so many others in her position needed.
Apr. 12from Scheer Intelligence
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
Ruth Reichl shares stories from her new memoir, “Save Me the Plums,” and Alana Newhouse talks about what made the cut for her new book, “The 100 Most Jewish Foods.
Apr. 12from Good Food