The population of Texas is growing at an almost astonishing rate.
May. 10, 2019from KCRW Features
Pandemics can bring about innovation, especially in design and architecture. Sam Lubell talks to DnA about changes that may come to buildings and urban design in response to COVID-19.
Apr. 23from Design and Architecture
The earth is getting a break while we all stay out of planes, trains, and automobiles to hunker down at home. If we can do this for a pandemic, why not for climate change?
Apr. 7from Greater LA
Angelenos who lost jobs due to COVID-19 are worrying about making rent payments. Meanwhile, landlords have to cover mortgages, property taxes, and garbage bills.
Apr. 29from Greater LA
The story of Santa Claus Lane in Carpinteria starts in typical California fashion -- with an orange juice stand.
Dec. 20, 2019from KCRW Features
On May 7, KCRW hosted an event on what renters and homeowners can do about their financial stresses.
May. 8from KCRW Features
LA will host the 2028 Olympics, but activists here are against the idea, believing that preparations for the games will displace low-income communities.
Dec. 17, 2019from Greater LA
Homelessness is up in Los Angeles County for the third time in four years, a result of an ever-growing number of people falling out of the housing market. The number has grown despite…
Jun. 12from KCRW Features
In the past five years, rents in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties have increased by 27%, while median wages have only grown by 8%, according to a new housing report released by the…
Dec. 17, 2019from KCRW Features
Would you choose to rent or own a condo in a multifamily building, or own a single family home?
Mar. 5from Design and Architecture