Chinese-born American novelist, poet, essayist, short-story writer and artist
Mira Gonzalez and Tao Lin's Selected Tweets is a compendium of tweets -- often dark and dispairing, but also bitingly funny -- written over the course of ten years, sometimes under…
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Burger Records was a garage rock record label in Orange County that built its brand on bringing rock and roll to teens and putting the spotlight on underground bands.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
In May of 1980, Joy Division lost its lead singer, Ian Curtis. The band decided that they would carry on with a different name.
from Lost Notes
KCRW's Independent Producer Project and Misha Euceph , founder and CEO of Dustlight Productions, hosted a discussion about podcasting and intellectual property Saturday, October 10.
from Special Programming
Garrett Bradley's "Time," a gorgeous documentary that skips back and forth over the course of two decades, is a Black filmmaker's lyrical tribute to a Black family trying to hold…
from Film Reviews
Writer/director Billy Ray talks about the making of his Showtime limited series “The Comey Rule,” which stars Jeff Daniels as former FBI director James Comey and Brendan Gleeson as…
from The Business
From the brand new podcast Appearances, by Sharon Mashihi, we bring you “Episode 04: Last Ditch Effort.”
This week, Elvis Mitchell sits down with Noah Hawley, the executive producer and showrunner of the FX series ‘Fargo.’ The series debuts its fourth incarnation this month.
from The Treatment
During the pandemic, the co-owners of downtown LA’s The Last Bookstore nearly ran out of money, laid off most of their staff, and closed their store.
from Greater LA
Alex Gibney ’s documentaries often delve into high-level corruption. He’s out this fall with two projects that focus on the Trump administration.
from The Business