Marijuana may be legal in California… but licensed vendors are still dealing with problems from dispensaries that are unlicensed.
With more, here’s KCRW’s Brandon Handelsman.
UC Berkeley has reached a settlement with a group of Republican student groups.
They argued that the school’s events policy prevented them from hearing conservative and – often, far-right – speakers on campus.
With more, here’s KCRW’s Brandon Handelsman...
A new report finds the city of Los Angeles is missing out on more than $600 million in tax revenue from a group of teenagers and young adults.
They’re known as “disconnected youth.”
With more, here’s KCRW’s Brandon Handelsman:
The ink isn’t yet dry on a controversial Trump administration proposal that could deny visas or permanent residency to immigrants who use public assistance programs, but some Los Angeles County officials are readying their opposition.
The Board of Supervisors is expected this week to consider sending a letter to federal leaders asserting that the proposed rule would cause “significant harm” to the county and its residents.
KCRW's Brandon Handelsman reports.
A new public-private partnership...called “Teach 313”...is offering housing and automobile incentives to Detroit-based educators. WDET’s Brandon Handelsman has more.
Michigan’s Department of Environmental Quality is getting an assist from Congress in statewide efforts to eliminate PFAS contamination. WDET’s Brandon Handelsman has more.
A team of University of Michigan engineering professors has created the world’s smallest computer. WDET’s Brandon Handelsman has more.
Forged from within his own seasonal anxieties, Raphy’s No Gods on 3rd Street can be viewed as the consequence of a thoroughly modern Thoreauvian hibernation. Insulated from the cold, yes, but hardly dormant, the Detroit based producer’s latest is the sonic manifestation of an adrenalized artistic psyche in isolation.
Skip to my contributions to Not Mad's Annual Big List of Shit, which is simply a bunch of shit that we loved and freaked out about in 2016, in no understandable order, and most likely will not resemble any end-of-the-year recap you’ve already read. My reflections include blurbs on Noname's mixtape "Telefone," Bon Iver's album "22, A Million," and Anderson .Paak's prolific breakout year.
Who decides which athletes get the Derek Jeter #RE2PECT farewell tour? After all, players retire every year, and yet, Wednesday was unequivocally #mambaday. Is Tim Duncan really going to get this rolled-out red carpet treatment when he announces his retirement by throwing his kicks over a telephone wire in the Virgin Islands and riding a donkey into dusk? No chance! But, of course, there’s a freaking Kobe Bryant Snapchat filter and all of coastal China is bugging. So, how does an athlete’s re...
“Outlined against a blue-gray October sky, the Four Horsemen rode again. In dramatic lore they are known as Famine, Pestilence, Destruction and Death.”
– Excerpt from “The Four Horsemen” by Grantland Rice
“The Four Horsemen” is Grantland Rice’s most quintessential work. The article, published on October 18th, 1924, in the New York Herald Tribune, reads less as a recap of a regular season collegiate football game between Notre Dame and Army than as an epic prose piece of a war hero’s Herculean...