Be a Noun for Renown | KCET
Be a Noun for Renown
Stymied in your quest for fame? Maybe you should try a new tack.
NPR's Robert Krulwich and Adam Cole discover that the best way to become a household name is to enter the English language—as a noun.
According to the Wall Street Journal, a new study has found that browsing the web can refresh tired workers and increase productivity. It is in that spirit that we bring you the Daily Distraction — our pick for a story, photo or video that will take you out of the daily grind and return you to work with a shot of mental espresso.
A tip of the hat to Vimeo Staff Picks for today's selection.
153 workers have tested positive for COVID-19 at the Smithfield Foods-owned meatpacking plant, according to L.A. County Department of Public Health. That's 13 more cases than were first reported by LAist just five days ago.
A new COVID-19 testing site opened at Dodger Stadium today, which city officials say will accommodate three times more people than any other testing site in Los Angeles County.
In an announcement that will delight shaggy-haired residents statewide, Gov. Gavin Newsom today cleared the way for barbershops and hair salons to open in some counties.
L.A. County parks and beaches were filled with both the cautious and undeterred during the first major holiday since the economy began to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic.
"SoCal Connected" profiles how some local governments have used political borders to dilute minorities' power, and what is being done about it.
One of the nation's top high school athletes was on a path to the NFL, but instead became the poster child for what's wrong with L.A.'s mental Health system.
The LA Times may have found its savior in Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, but how will the other local newsrooms in LA be rescued?
This half-hour retrospective reviews Zavala's role in covering some of the region's most critical events and key influencers.
A look at the spike in the number of employers retaliating against undocumented workers when they complain of stolen wages. What is the legal loophole that transforms neighborhoods and gets developments built without consent from the community?