DONATE!

close

Shohei Shigematsu

Guest

Shohei Shigematsu on KCRW

At the intersection of Alameda and 6th Streets in the Arts District, the Irvine-based developer SunCal has plans for a combination of office, live-work and retail space, on a site the…

Herzog & de Meuron in the Arts District; OMA in Santa Monica

At the intersection of Alameda and 6th Streets in the Arts District, the Irvine-based developer SunCal has plans for a combination of office, live-work and retail space, on a site the…

from Design and Architecture

Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas and his firm OMA are designing a new events center for Wilshire Boulevard Temple, a historic synagogue in Koreatown.

Wilshire Boulevard Temple to get an events center

Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas and his firm OMA are designing a new events center for Wilshire Boulevard Temple, a historic synagogue in Koreatown.

from Design and Architecture

More from KCRW

Kashmiri saffron is the most precious spice in the world, and it’s on the verge of extinction. Sharanya Deepak explains why that matters.

from Good Food

In Yiyun Li’s Where Reasons End, a mother discovers a place where she can talk to her son who committed suicide.

from Bookworm

Come join us to celebrate the season!

from UnFictional

Several industry players are swept up in the college admissions scandal, including Bill McGlashan, who just resigned from TPG, an investment company with ties in Hollywood.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Disney's $71 billion acquisition of most of Fox redraws the landscape of Hollywood.

from Hollywood Breakdown

This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I talk about the worst pitch I ever heard about, which involved a basketball, hot coffee, and a writer with bad aim.

from Martini Shot

When speaking in radio, you shouldn’t say “verdant lawn” when you mean “green grass.” Clarity is king.

Almost every residential development in downtown aims to attract pet owners, and doggie businesses outnumber those aimed at children.

from Design and Architecture

Actor Don Cheadle discusses a 1987 perspective in "Black Monday".

from The Treatment