senior reporter for Mother Jones
Police in Richmond, California have been piloting a program for the last seven years that pays a group of potentially violent people to not commit crimes.
Jun. 27, 2014from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
A new documentary celebrates the explosion of popular music coming out Laurel Canyon in the mid-1960s, as folk went electric.
May. 23from Greater LA
Presidential candidate and US Senator Kamala Harris stopped in Los Angeles on Sunday to speak at Southwest College in South LA.
May. 20from Greater LA
With his new TV show, Roy Choi’s on a mission the broken and beautiful parts of Los Angeles.
May. 17from Good Food
While ratings for broadcast television continue to plummet, the annual ritual known as the upfronts soldiers on in New York.
May. 17from Hollywood Breakdown
The last LA pro team to win a championship is the LA Sparks. So why can't the WNBA team get more people to come to their games, more sponsors, and media coverage?
May. 22from Greater LA
In sunkissed Los Angeles shade is a luxury. Reporter Sam Bloch explains why, and what needs to change for Mayor Eric Garcetti to plant 90,000 trees.
May. 21from Design and Architecture
This may be the year that California finally gets to pick who’ll be the next president.
May. 23from Zócalo's Connecting California
Historical drama director Edward Zwick talks unlikely allies in "Trial By Fire".
May. 24from The Treatment
In a bold statement, a leading dean of journalism argues that in abandoning Julian Assange, the mainstream media have abandoned the First Amendment.
May. 17from Scheer Intelligence