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Ever tried Spanish Goats? Standard Bronze Turkey? Texas Longhorn Cattle? No? Well now, the Autry museum is offering a historical taste tour of CA.
While this list of nominees is more diverse than prior years, The Frame's John Horn and Kyle Buchanan of Vulture.com say there's still room for growth.
How the concept of intersectionality bridges the gap between the race, gender, class, sexuality and culture to foster understanding.
Nick Offerman on playing Dick McDonald in the film, "The Founder," his love for woodworking and the timeliness of the story surrounding McDonald's inception.
Lily Robotics was once a promising and popular tech startup whose claim to fame was the world's first 'selfie drone' but now it's mired in a lawsuit and controversy.
The Chargers planned move to LA is the source of much discussion among football fans. Not because of the game, but the logo. Listeners weighed in with suggestions.
See if your drawings are better than what the KPCC staff came up with.
Matt Bomer, JK Rowling and Patton Oswalt are just some of collaborators on the comic book anthology created to benefit victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting.
A report on the state of television in early 2017. What is there to look forward to? What's coming to an end? What are the latest trends?
Director J.A. Bayona says: "The story was written for kids. It's about their world ... and the movie talks about it in a very accessible way, using fantasy."
A collection of stories about the sprawling and complicated fabric of a LA in the 1970's often forgotten and mostly overlooked.
Christmas classics like 'Baby, it's cold outside' and 'Love Actually' have not been aging gracefully. They've been at the center of criticism in recent years.
Traveling can be stressful, especially during the holidays. San Francisco airport's WAG brigade has therapy animals to help. Meet their newest member: LiLou the pig!
"I think women feel a lot of pressures...to never have any negative emotions whatsoever, but I think the most important thing is to talk about these feelings..."
For ex-gang members, tattoos tie them to a life they want to leave behind. Now, a new book project uses Photoshop to help the men and women re-imagine their future.