Book critic for the New York Times
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from Greater LA
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk. Served fresh nightly.
from Travis Holcombe
In the wake of the pandemic, there is much to be done to restore human connectivity, but loneliness is hardly a new phenomena.
from Life Examined
Whether cooking basmati, jasmine or red, everyone has a way to make rice. Measure up to the first knuckle? Wash until the water runs clear?
from Good Food
Investigative journalist Amelia Pang joins Robert Scheer to discuss the story of a Chinese prisoner at the heart of her gripping new book, “Made in China.”
from Scheer Intelligence
KCRW's all-music channel blending the collected talents and tastes of all KCRW's DJs into a single voice streaming 24 hours a day.
from Eclectic 24
Warren Olney talks about the blackout during the Texas deep freeze with meteorologist John Morales and USC energy expert Kelly Sanders.
from To the Point
Billions of dollars and good intentions have not been enough to solve California’s homelessness crisis. But some communities are faring better than others.
from Zócalo's Connecting California
Mexico City’s ambassador of electronic Cumbia Camilo Lara—a.k.a. Mexican Institute of Sound—writes an album in the form of a love letter to his beloved city.
from Today's Top Tune