What do you think is the worst city for drivers in the country? How does driving in the U.S. compared to driving in another country?
Most kids are back in class, and for many families, that means a new school. New friends and new teachers can be exciting, but the situation can also mean new conflicts.
Perhaps we should best remember Pohl as the last of those fabulous science fiction geeks of the dismal 1930s, who focused their lives on trying to imagine the future we all live in today.
Jacqui Cheng, editor at large for Ars Technica, joins the show to explain how we can use our usually distracting electronic devices to learn to meditate.
Six second comedy videos have become a huge draw on the social media site, Vine. But is six seconds enough time do something funny?
On her 5th attempt, the 64-year-old long-distance swimmer came ashore in Key West, Fla., to a cheering crowd.
Arvind Manocha, who spent many years with the LA Philharmonic, is the latest to make his way east. He now runs Wolftrap, the national park for the performing arts.
The television icon conducted hundreds of high-profile interviews with celebrities and politicians over the years, including a landmark 1977 talk with Richard Nixon.
Comedian Dave Chappelle walked off stage at a show in Connecticut after a few jokes, thanks to a rowdy crowd, just two weeks before he’s scheduled to appear in Irvine.
The Queen Mary gets even more Art Deco this weekend, with the start of the 9th Annual Art Deco Festival.
This year marks the 100th birthday of an iconic piece of American clothing: the T-shirt. Where do you shop to find the best T-shirt in SoCal?
Three Instagrammers tell personal stories of hard work happening in Southern California and around the country, in KPCC's Public Square project.
Bearman has written another blockbuster of a magazine piece, "Coronado High," published in the Atavist.
The Burning Man festival is all about rejecting commercialism. Yet its now one of the best places to find someone who'll fund your next tech venture.
Award-winning journalist Dick Gordon has announced that he plans to step away from the nationally syndicated show to be closer to family in Canada. The last show airs Oct. 11.
LA's Claire Evans has a new book out called "High Frontiers," sings in the dance rock band YACHT and—most recently—edits OMNI Reboot, a new online sci-fi magazine.