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“The Times” is a podcast from the Los Angeles Times hosted by columnist Gustavo Arellano along with reporters from our diverse newsroom. Every weekday, our podcast takes listeners beyond the headlines, with our West Coast outlook on the world. News, entertainment, the environment, immigration, politics, the criminal justice system, the social safety net, food and culture — “The Times” exists at the epicenter of it all. Through interviews and original stories, “The Times” is the audio guide y ...
 
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La Poudre

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La Poudre

Lauren Bastide

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Deux fois par mois, au micro de Lauren Bastide, écrivaines, artistes, chercheuses et militantes se racontent et prennent le pouls des luttes féministes et antiracistes contemporaines. Depuis 2016, la journaliste reçoit dans La Poudre des femmes artistes, militantes ou politiques pour des conversations intimes et profondes qui ont passionné de millions d’auditeurices. Ces récits, enrichis de documentaires événementiels, de tables rondes, et d’analyses par les plus grandes expertes des luttes ...
 
Are you ready to move from surviving to thriving? Harmonyum LA: The Podcast, is the only resource you will need to help you build a sustainable and robust healing toolkit that will support you during challenging times. Hosted by emotional wellness expert, founder of Harmonyum LA, and published author, Jessica Headey Gandolfi, this show will deliver honest and inspiring conversations, explore powerful alternative modalities and bring you tips and techniques that will help bolster and strength ...
 
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The Envelope podcast pulls back the curtain to reveal intimates stories from this award season’s top contenders. Every Tuesday, A-list actors, directors and showrunners join Los Angeles Times entertainment reporters Yvonne Villarreal and Mark Olsen for conversations about their personal lives and creative processes — and how it all fuels their art.
 
Cuantas veces no hemos dicho: esto no me gusta del gobierno, que pasaria si pudieras hacer las cosas diferente? Este podcast es para analizar tus puntos de vista, los discutiremos, escribenos! -------------------- How many times have we said: I don't like this about the government, what would happen if you could do things differently? This podcast is to analyze your points of view, we will discuss them, write us!
 
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An L.A. Times investigation found that from 2017 to July of this year, 70% of bicyclists that L.A. County sheriff’s deputies pulled over were Latinos, even though the group makes up only about half of the county’s population. And they searched 85% of bike riders they stopped, even though deputies often had no reason to think they’d find something i…
 
Kirsten Dunst shares stories about growing up in Hollywood, why she decided to publicly address her mental health break, and the joyful — though sometimes awkward — moments of acting opposite her real-life partner, Jesse Plemons, in “The Power of the Dog.” To read a full transcript of this interview, please visit the episode page at latimes.com.…
 
In our 80th episode, we sit down with Kasey Ventura, the director of Land and Tenant Justice at the Vermont & Beverly Community Land Trust, a non-profit housing organization which serves communities in Koreatown, Little Bangladesh, East Hollywood, and more. Kasey and I discuss the definition of a community land trust, as well as how its very struct…
 
Our guest host Faith E. Pinho, a Metro reporter at the L.A. Times, speaks with Times culture writer Daniel Hernandez about the cast of characters and cars that have been lining the wide boulevards of Southern California for decades. They look at who is embracing cruising culture and its uneasy relationship with law enforcement. An earlier version o…
 
Kenneth and Blane have finally had it up to here with Sean McVay's LA Rams. The Rams fell to 7-4 with another big loss that wasn't close to being a win, the third in a row for LA, as the Packers won 36-28. Matthew Stafford has been disappointing. The Defense lacks talent. We rate every position and player on a 1-10 scale and explain why it will or …
 
Alison Roman is a chef, food writer, cookbook author and video maker whose unfussy recipes pack a punch. Those recipes, along with her fun persona, made her a bright spot for many fans especially as the pandemic began taking hold. Then Roman, who is white, lobbed some criticism at celebrities Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo — women of color — and co…
 
The 80th episode for J.T. the L.A. Storyteller Podcast arrives next Monday, November 29th. In the meantime, we bring listeners’ attention to an East Hollywood Neighborhood Council meeting taking place via Zoom on Tuesday, November 23rd starting at 7 PM, on what’s being framed as “illegal” street vending in the LACC area/Vermont avenue stretch. As l…
 
Sohla El-Waylly is famous for her cooking videos for outlets like the History Channel’s “Ancient Recipes,” Bon Appetit’s “Test Kitchen,” and so, so much more. She also writes a column at Food52 and contributes to the cooking section at the other big-time Times newspaper (the one on the East Coast). Today, we do another crossover episode with our si…
 
This story of Los Angeles’ 1930s era of gambling boats — and Tony Cornero, the underworld boss at the center of the action — is a portal to another version of the city, one that’s glamorous and seedy. Business reporter Daniel Miller spent months chasing down the tale, poring over FBI records, reviewing newspaper accounts and interviewing the few pe…
 
Last month, former Facebook employee Frances Haugen revealed she had released thousands of documents that showed how the company knew yet did little to curb harmful content for its billions of users. Those documents also showed that Facebook’s parent company, Meta, knew disinformation on its platforms was particularly corrosive to Latino communitie…
 
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SB NATION NFL SHOW: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Spotify The SB Nation NFL Show brings together the greatest fan-alysts from across SB Nation's NFL team communities in one place for the first time ever. Expect deep analysis, irreverent jokes, and plenty of bickering between rivals. It's a show for NFL fans, by …
 
When it rains, it pours, and when it pours after a long dry spell, water can become dangerous. Fire-scarred lands see mudslides devastate homes. Parched soil can’t absorb the rain that comes. Water, water everywhere, and California is still on the brink.Today, we reconvene our Masters of Disasters to discuss how too much rain after a drought can be…
 
Last month, In-N-Out Burger made national news when health officials in San Francisco shut down one of its restaurants. The company’s sin: refusing to comply with a law that requires restaurants to ask customers for proof of COVID-19 vaccination. An In-N-Out spokesperson described the mandate as “intrusive, improper and offensive” — and suddenly, t…
 
Over the last few years, Leyna Bloom has been the first in many categories. In 2017, she became the first trans woman of color to grace the pages of Vogue India. In 2019, she became one of the first trans women to walk Paris Fashion Week. And most recently, she broke barriers again as the first trans cover model for Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit is…
 
In 2011, a group of Muslims in Orange County sued the federal government, alleging that the FBI violated the constitutional rights of Muslims by spying on them solely because of their religion. The feds denied the allegations, but they also said they couldn't disclose why they had spied on this community. To do so, according to the government, woul…
 
The LA Rams have signed Odell Beckham, Jr., the 14th former first round pick added to the roster since 2017. If you don't get what Les Snead is doing, you don't get how to run an entertainment business. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesעל ידי SB Nation
 
This fall, a commemoration in downtown Los Angeles marked the 150th anniversary of when a mob lynched 18 Chinese men and boys — one of the biggest such killings in American history. The recent memorial comes in a year when many similar remembrances have bloomed across the United States. Anti-Asian hate crimes have soared during the pandemic, but th…
 
Marijuana use is now ubiquitous in mainstream culture — even Martha Stewart’s into CBD products thanks to her good pal Snoop Dogg. Despite this, the federal government classifies basically all cannabis-related products as illegal. That stands in the way of things like medical research. Can California, which sparked a revolution 25 years ago with th…
 
At USC, hundreds of students have been protesting university officials and so-called Greek life itself over the last month after a series of drugging and sexual assault allegations that the school kept quiet about for weeks. It's the latest scandal to hit the school, and some of the loudest criticism has come from an unexpected source: fraternity a…
 
The Envelope podcast will return November 30 with brand new episodes that pull back the curtain on this award season’s top contenders. Each week, A-list actors, directors and showrunners join Los Angeles Times entertainment reporters Yvonne Villarreal and Mark Olsen for intimate conversations about their personal lives and creative processes — and …
 
In this crossover episode with our cousin podcast “Asian Enough,” hosts Suhauna Hussain and Johana Bhuiyan speak with sociologist Anthony Ocampo. He’s spent his career studying the intersection of race, gender and immigration, which guided his groundbreaking book “The Latinos of Asia: How Filipino Americans Break the Rules of Race.” Today, Ocampo a…
 
Skateboarding is a mainstay of California street culture, from San Diego to San Francisco and beyond. It’s so popular that L.A. County filled outdoor skateparks with sand earlier in the pandemic so no one could grind on them. But during the pandemic, skateboard sales surged — and communities long marginalized from the sport are now making their own…
 
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SB NATION NFL SHOW: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Spotify The SB Nation NFL Show brings together the greatest fan-alysts from across SB Nation's NFL team communities in one place for the first time ever. Expect deep analysis, irreverent jokes, and plenty of bickering between rivals. It's a show for NFL fans, by …
 
Less than 4% of Los Angeles’ firefighters are women — a number that, despite the mayor’s goals, has inched up only slightly in recent years. Many of the female firefighters say their ranks are so small because of a hostile, sexist culture pervading the Los Angeles Fire Department. Today, we talk about what women in the LAFD have been dealing with, …
 
Every year, people in the American West die from scorching temperatures. Experts fear that the number of deaths is undercounted — and, that as the climate continues to heats up, the death rate is going to rise. Officially, California says 599 people died due to heat exposure from 2010 to 2019. But a Los Angeles Times investigation estimates the num…
 
The Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California is Mexico’s premier wine country, a lush valley that makes Napa seem as gorgeous as a parking lot. But a lot of development is coming to the Valle — and many locals aren’t happy. Today, we travel to this beautiful, contested space with two experts. Javier Cabral is the editor of LA Taco and wrote about a re…
 
Over the next two weeks, leaders from nearly 200 countries are gathering in Glasglow, Scotland, for a United Nations climate summit known as COP26. They’ll tell us what we’ve heard before: that scientists have warned about rising oceans, sinking cities, famines and millions of refugees if we don’t dramatically reduce carbon emissions. Officials wil…
 
Jessica drops in today for a quickie, solo episode to check in on the community. Knowing that many of us are not the same people, or have the same needs, as we did when the show first launched back in April, Jessica wants to know how she can best support your healing journey moving forward, through her podcast. Harmonyum LA Links: Website Instagram…
 
Rob and JB are back with another episode of LAST MINUTE THOUGHTS as the Rams are just 24 hours from playing the Houston Texans. Can LA improve to 7-1, matching the top record in the NFC? SUBSCRIBE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesעל ידי SB Nation
 
For decades, late October meant one holiday in American popular culture: Halloween. But over the past couple of decades, more and more people are also marking another fall festival: Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Today, we get into how this Mexican holiday took hold in the United States: its history, its customs, how it’s different here fr…
 
The LA Rams play the Houston Texans on Sunday and anything less than a blowout victory would be concerning for the Rams' Super Bowl aspirations. The Texans players are giving it their all, but ownership quit on the team and doesn't appear to be trying to compete in games this season. It's the opposite of what the Rams are doing and that will show o…
 
On Oct. 11, 1985, Palestinian American activist Alex Odeh opened the door to the Orange County offices of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. He served as its West Coast regional director. The moment he turned the doorknob, a bomb went off. Thirty-six years later, his assassination remains officially unsolved, but his family thinks the…
 
Vigils from Southern California to Albuquerque were held last weekend to mark the death of Halyna Hutchins. The up-and-coming cinematographer was working on the film “Rust,” a Western that featured Alec Baldwin as an actor and producer. Meanwhile, investigators are still trying to figure out how Baldwin was handed a gun with a live round despite be…
 
Hundreds of thousands of sailors worldwide are stuck on cargo ships far longer than they’d intended, with few chances to contact the outside. Usually ports offer opportunities for a break, but most of these sailors haven’t had access to COVID-19 vaccines, so they’re not allowed to set foot in the United States. Today, L.A. Times Business reporter R…
 
Shea Serrano is beloved in the sports, movie and music worlds for his wickedly funny essays and podcasts on everything from Selena to the Houston Texans, Jay-Z to Jason from “Friday the 13th.” And yet his journalism is probably the least impressive part of the guy who’s probably the nicest cholo nerd in the world. His latest book, “Hip-Hop (and Oth…
 
The LA Rams faced the Detroit Lions on Sunday and trailed heading into the fourth quarter. It took just about everything the Rams had to beat the Lions and that's disappointing against a team that is now 0-7. Despite LA's 6-1 record, the tough NFC will not allow for a margin of error this season. Can they expect to win against better teams with def…
 
Gretchen Heinen is the founder of the Net Worth It Podcast and School, the leading faith-based business school as they turn their ideas into legacy businesses and overcome financial limiting beliefs. She is a leader in the international health community, Find Your Fit, and supports godly women to meet their financial goals. She allows God to lead h…
 
Every week, one day before the Rams game, Robert Finn and JB Scott record their LAST MINUTE THOUGHTS on the teams, the matchups, and what to expect from LA's next contest. That is the 0-6 Detroit Lions on Sunday, featuring the return of Jared Goff. Plus Rob and JB talk about Rob Havenstein's new contract details and what that means for making a mov…
 
Disabled people get pregnant and give birth at the same rates as nondisabled ones. But their outcomes are often far worse — for reasons that can’t be explained by anatomical difference or medical complexity — and modern medicine has largely turned its back on them. L.A. Times Metro reporter Sonja Sharp has experienced the discrimination firsthand, …
 
Twenty-one years ago, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that national adult cases of syphilis had reached their lowest levels ever, and entirely eliminating the disease among newborns seemed to be within reach. But syphilis cases have risen dramatically over the last decade for both adults and infants — even though the disease…
 
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