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Wayne Koestenbaum: “The Cheerful Scapegoat” KCRW
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Wayne Koestenbaum: “The Cheerful Scapegoat”

Wayne Koestenbaum’s first book of short fiction, “The Cheerful Scapegoat,” is a...

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The man who runs Netflix once headed California’s School Board. The pandemic shows we were wrong to drive him out KCRW
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The man who runs Netflix once headed California’s School Board. The pandemic shows we were wrong to drive him out

A decade and-a-half ago, a relatively obscure tech entrepreneur with a passion for education...

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A matter of public concern KCRW
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A matter of public concern

Josh Barro speaks with Ken White about Rudy Giuliani’s response to the defamation lawsuit...

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Post-traumatic growth: How COVID helps us change for the better and refocus priorities KCRW
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Post-traumatic growth: How COVID helps us change for the better and refocus priorities

Merced is the only California county that’s still in the purple tier of the state\'s...

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Emerald Fennell: ‘Promising Young Woman’ KCRW
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Emerald Fennell: ‘Promising Young Woman’

Writer-director Emerald Fennell on why subtlety is overrated.\r\n

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LA’s Muslim community celebrates pandemic Ramadan with drive-thru Iftars and Zoom gatherings KCRW
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LA’s Muslim community celebrates pandemic Ramadan with drive-thru Iftars and Zoom gatherings

This week marks the beginning of Ramadan, the most sacred month in Islam. For the second year in...

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California to temporarily house young migrants, bringing stories of human suffering into sharper focus KCRW
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California to temporarily house young migrants, bringing stories of human suffering into sharper focus

In March alone, about 19,000 migrant children came alone to the U.S.-Mexico border, seeking...

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The conflicts of interest between academic medical centers and medical industries KCRW
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The conflicts of interest between academic medical centers and medical industries

For years there has been a symbiotic relationship between these two giants but its time for...

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When Basic Training Goes Beyond the Basics KCRW
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When Basic Training Goes Beyond the Basics

The hero of \"Moffie\" is a closeted gay conscript in the South Africa of 1981. In addition to...

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Carrots over sticks KCRW
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Carrots over sticks

Josh Barro talks with panelists Jamelle Bouie and Lanhee Chen about the housing aspect of Joe...

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“Moffie” links white supremacy and homophobia as macho perversions KCRW
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“Moffie” links white supremacy and homophobia as macho perversions

Writer-director Oliver Hermanus discusses his new film and the complex history of his native...

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“Moffie” links white supremacy and homophobia as macho perversions KCRW
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“Moffie” links white supremacy and homophobia as macho perversions

Writer-director Oliver Hermanus discusses his new film and the complex history of his native...

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For this dancer, getting vaccinated means a return to her troupe KCRW
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For this dancer, getting vaccinated means a return to her troupe

As more and more people get the COVID-19 vaccine and the state reopens, KCRW asked listeners who...

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Kazuo Ishiguro: “Klara and the Sun” KCRW
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Kazuo Ishiguro: “Klara and the Sun”

Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Klara and the Sun” is a novel focused on a small group of...

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Gaetzgate KCRW
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Gaetzgate

Josh Barro and Ken White talk about an apparent DOJ sex crime investigation for Congressman Matt...

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Terence Blanchard: ‘Da Five Bloods’ KCRW
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Terence Blanchard: ‘Da Five Bloods’

Composer Terence Blanchard on the ‘magic and divine’ of working with Spike Lee.\r\n

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The complexities in diagnosing mental illness KCRW
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The complexities in diagnosing mental illness

Making a diagnosis of a mental illness can be difficult and there is a great overlap between...

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In a year of grief and stress, one writer discovers that her pen is her most valuable tool KCRW
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In a year of grief and stress, one writer discovers that her pen is her most valuable tool

KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian talks with acclaimed nature writer Terry Tempest Williams about the...

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Duelling Monstrosities KCRW
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Duelling Monstrosities

Versus films are a genre unto themselves. Now we have \"Godzilla vs. Kong,\" an addition to the...

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An Update KCRW
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An Update

Almost one year after we last heard from Christine Curtiss, a promise of permanent housing has...

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