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Meridian Brothers activate ‘El Grupo Renacimiento’ Live From KCRW HQArts
Meridian Brothers, the experimental project of Columbian composer Eblis Alvarez, brings “El Grupo Renacimiento” to life at KCRW HQ.
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Abortion doulas want to protect the right to bodily autonomyLos Angeles
A group of doulas with the Los Angeles Abortion Support Collective are organizing to protect abortion access as states respond to the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
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As week three of the writer’s strike continues, other unions and guilds show solidarity while studios cut costs to see quarter stock increase.
Melting ice soundtrack, flood fears in CA, gefilte fish for PassoverEnvironment
Artists, explorers, and scientists are recording audio of Antarctica sea ice melting, hoping the sounds help people sympathize with the environmental crisis.
Ezra Collective: KCRW Live from HQArts
London jazz quintet Ezra Collective hits KCRW HQ with cuts from their 2022 LP “Where I’m Meant To Be” — including “Victory Dance,” and “Welcome To My World.”
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The Cine-Files and Mark Ramsey dive deep and share personal perspectives about Quentin Tarantino, Pulp Fiction, and public media.