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KCRW’s DnA: Design and Architecture explores who and what matters in our designed world – on air, online and at public events. Host Frances Anderton talks to designers, users and experts about products, fashion, buildings and more, in Los Angeles and beyond –revealing how we shape today’s world and how it shapes us.
 
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Fanatic! In beautiful Canada today. The air is great and the sun is out. Tonight is the 70th show in 71 days and so far everything seems to be going well. We have a great summer play list for you tonight. In the weeks upcoming, we’ll be putting in a lot of new music from all the cool records that have been coming out. I just heard two more records …
 
Fanatic! Hello from Eugene OR. It’s been raining off an on all day. Shows have been going well and I’m looking forward to tonight. A great show we have lined up for you. I’ve been working on new shows out here on the road that will be pulling in a lot of new records that have been coming out lately. Here are some. Modal Melodies - new album Stroppi…
 
Fanatic! The frogs are back in town. It must be summer. It is as far as this Fanatic is concerned. I’m beaming in to you from the parking lot of the venue in Colorado Springs, CO. Shows have been going great and if anything, it seems to be ending before it even started. It seems like a week ago we were in Michigan and now we’re over fifty shows in.…
 
Fanatic! Hello from Des Moines. The wind is shaking the bus as we sit in the parking lot outside the venue. Over 40 shows in and things are going well. Here are the rest of the shows on this part of the tour. https://www.henryrollins.com/tour Here’s last week’s heads up again: New Dion Lunadon. Liz Lamere has a new solo album which is super cool. Y…
 
So often architecture is associated with high price custom homes and fancy institutional buildings.But many designers are also helping shape the city with pro bono work for nonprofits in less affluent neighborhoods. One in the news recently is the Campus For At-Risk Children in Watts being designed by Frank Gehry.And unveiled Saturday – with a cele…
 
Berliners are facing many of the same challenges as Angelenos in terms of affordable living space, as well as coming to grips with changing family structure; but, they have come up with an intriguing solution. Baugruppen, meaning building groups, are cohousing communities where you choose who you want to live alongside and then split the costs of d…
 
While in Berlin, DnA’s producer Caroline Chamberlain visited the world’s first board game cafe called Spielwiese. She met with the designers of some games dealing with some very German challenges. “Cool am Pool” is a board game coming soon by Hartwig Jakubik that has players compete over the best places by the pool. Caroline learns how it works and…
 
Frank Lloyd Wright’s first L.A. commission, the Hollyhock House, opens once more to the public after a lengthy restoration. Alan Hess, an architect and preservationist who has written five books on Frank Lloyd Wright, talks about why he can’t wait for the building’s opening and what we can learn from Frank Lloyd Wright today.…
 
Huntington Beach approved a reusable bag ordinance last month. Channel 2 reports, while many agree with the goal to cut down on the 123 thousand tons of discarded plastic bags in the state every year, a lot of residents in HB are hot under the collar that the ban wasn’t put on the ballot. They say if the city is worried about the beaches, they shou…
 
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