Chair of the Transportation Design Department, Art Center
Automotive designer and chair of the transportation design department at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California
After raising 20 billion-dollars in the first day of trading, it’s not Government Motors any more, although taxpayers still own a big share of GM.
Nov. 18, 2010from Which Way, L.A.?
Ciclovias , or days where streets are closed to cars, began as popular events in Bogota, Colombia and have spread to European and American cities, like New York's Summer Streets .
Sep. 21, 2010from Design and Architecture
Jul. 20, 2010from Design and Architecture
A new analysis in the Annals of Internal Medicine says red meat and processed meat might not be so bad for you, so no need to cut back.
Oct. 1from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The beloved TV show “The Addams Family” is hitting the big screen. It follows the macabre family as they move to New Jersey and start a suburban life.
Oct. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Sep. 27from Left, Right & Center
Are you an EV owner who has trouble finding a charging station? Are you a renter who's hesitant to go electric? Do the environmental benefits outweigh the inconvenience?
Sep. 27from Greater LA
Under new federal rules, if an immigration officer determines you are a strain on public benefits, or likely to be one in the future, you could become ineligible for permanent…
Oct. 15from Greater LA
Hundreds of thousands of people in Northern California are without electricity right now. PG&E has cut power during this week’s windy weather to avoid sparking another wildfire.
Oct. 10from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
California’s healthcare system wouldn’t function without the contributions of people born abroad.
Oct. 3from Zócalo's Connecting California
Twelve candidates are taking the stage at 5 PM PT at the CNN/New York Times Democratic Debate, hosted live at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio
Oct. 15from News Special Programming
The Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy in Goleta recently received preliminary approval from the Santa Barbara Unified School District for a new $16 million addition.
Oct. 1from KCRW Features