Victoria Dailey

writer, curator and antiquarian bookseller

Guest

Writer, curator and antiquarian bookseller, living in Los Angeles. Her story “Piety and Perversity: The Palms of Los Angeles” recently appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books.

Victoria Dailey on KCRW

Palm trees are as iconic in L.A.’s landscape as the Hollywood sign. But they really don’t belong here.

A Palm Tree Problem?

Palm trees are as iconic in L.A.’s landscape as the Hollywood sign. But they really don’t belong here.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More from KCRW

California on Monday recorded its highest number of new cases since the pandemic began — more than 13,000 .

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Thanksgiving is going to look a lot different this year because of COVID, so why not make it taste a little different too?

Paramount Pictures chairman and CEO Jim Gianopolus has weathered some big storms in the movie business, though nothing compares with COVID.

from The Business

Fox News flourished under a Trump presidency, but trouble in paradise began on Election Night, when the network made an early call for Joe Biden to win Arizona.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Chef David Chang takes a seat at the table to co-host the Good Food annual Thanksgiving show with Evan Kleiman.

from Good Food

Sun, sand, and surf are all synonymous with Southern California’s famous beaches.

from Greater LA

This week Elvis sits down with Misha Green, showrunner for HBO’s “Lovecraft Country.” Green is also the creator of the series “Underground,” which was broadcast on WGN America.

from The Treatment

Before COVID-19, street vendor Heleo Leyva ran Quesadillas Tepexco, an East Hollywood food stand. But as the virus began to spread, he was forced to shut down.

from Greater LA