Patt Morrison KPCC Contributor
In addition to the Times, Patt is read, heard, and seen in many other places. She is a regular commentator on National Public Radio's "Morning Edition" and has published a bestselling book on the Los Angeles River.
Morrison is frequently interviewed about Southern California on the BBC and other television and radio programs, and was a founding host of "Life & Times" on KCET-TV, for which she won six Emmys and six Golden Mike awards.
A Senior Fellow in the Luskin School of Public Affairs at UCLA, Morrison was featured on the cover of "TALKERS Magazine" as one of the ‘’heavy hundred’’ of the nation’s talk radio hosts – a first for a public radio host.
Among her other honors: Pink's, the famous Los Angeles hot dog stand, has a veggie dog named after her!
Stories by Patt Morrison
KPCC's Patt Morrison writes with a commentary on earthquakes, the weather, the Los Angeles riots of 1992 and how the rest of the America looks at California.
As a 19-year-old student at Occidental College in Los Angeles, Barack Obama took his "first step into political life" at an anti-apartheid protest inspired by Mandela.
Nate Silver has returned to the world of sports stats at ESPN, but he’s not giving up the political game either.
Each year, they come out of the woodwork: the die-hard Dodgers fans who don't really like baseball much. I am one of them.
Marc Wanamaker is a historian and lover of all things Hollywood—he talks about the landmark with Patt Morrison at the W Hotel in Hollywood.
When Khatoun Khoykani was born, Charlie Chaplin was making his first films and her home country Iran was still called Persia. 99 years later, she has become an American citizen.
Cal Worthington originally wanted to fly planes, just as he had in World War II. Instead, he had to settle for becoming the best-known car salesman in the West.
Harry Dean Stanton has appeared in almost 200 films including Cool Hand Luke, Godfather Part 2, Alien, Missouri Breaks, Pretty in Pink, Rango, and The Green Mile.
If I had a nickel for every time someone was planning yet another makeover of Pershing Square, I’d have … let’s say 55 cents.
Patt's late-summer outfit mixes the perfect L.A. accessory with shoes a queen would love.
Why do we eat the food we do at breakfast? Most of it we’d almost never eat for lunch or dinner: pancakes, bacon, french toast or waffles. Patt Morrison reports.
It’s the Big Apple versus the Big Orange, the big city bustle New York versus the allure of Los Angeles and Southern California.
What shall we call this color scheme? How about ‘Manhattan Mermaid’? The petrel blues, the turquoises, the aquas – and then that uptown/downtown black, in this case a black linen duster over a Peter Max-style splashy-print silk dress.
Patt Morrison visits the gem vault at the Natural History Museum to get a look a their mysterious ring.
Ruby Wax confronts depression and mental illness in her one-woman show 'Still Out Of Her Mind.'