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Notebook on Cities and Culture: Episodes

<p>Colin Marshall sits down in Studio City with Mark Frauenfelder, founder of the popular zine-turned-blog&nbsp;<a href="http://boingboing.net">Boing Boing</a>, founding co-editor of&nbsp;<a href="http://makezine.com"><em>Make&nbsp;</em>magazine</a>, and author of&nbsp;<em>Maker Dad:&nbsp;Lunch Box Guitars, ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down at the University of Southern California with School of Architecture professor&nbsp;</span><a href="http://arch.usc.edu/faculty/steele">James Steele</a><span>, author of many books on architecture and architects, including, just over twenty years ago,&nbsp;</span><em>Los ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Pasadena with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.daspetey.com">Pete Mitchell</a><span>, visual artist, game designer, zombie enthusiast, and lead singer and co-founder of the band No More Kings, whose latest album&nbsp;</span><em>III</em><span>&nbsp;came out this year. ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Highland Park with Javier Cabral, the "food, booze, and punk rock" writer formerly known as The Teenage Glutster, and currently known as&nbsp;</span><a href="http://theglutster.com">The Glutster</a><span>. They discuss his mission to change the official punk rock ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down in Los Feliz with artist, filmmaker, and writer&nbsp;<a href="http://www.williamejones.com">William E. Jones</a>. They discuss what one learns by viewing a city through the prism of its gay porn; how Los Angeles gives away the least of itself in that form as in others; home ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Koreatown with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.noemontes.com">No&eacute; Montes</a><span>, photographer and publisher of El Aleph Books. They discuss what MacArthur Park, that place "beyond any laws or organization," means to him; what difference the much-discussed ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Santa Monica with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.jasonboog.com/">Jason Boog</a><span>, former publishing editor a Mediabistro and author of&nbsp;</span><em>Born Reading: Bringing Up Bookworms in a Digital Age.</em><span>&nbsp;They discuss what freaks us out about ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Culver City with Matthew Kang, food writer, editor of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://la.eater.com">Eater LA</a><span>, author of the blog&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.mattatouille.com">Mattatouille</a><span>, and proprietor of the&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.scoopswestside.com">Scoops ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Santa Monica with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.jimbenning.net">Jim Benning</a><span>, travel writer and co-founder of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.worldhum.com">World Hum</a><span>, home of "The Best Travel Stories on the Internet." They discuss why Mexican ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in the Hollywood Hills with Geoff Nicholson, author of such nonfiction books&nbsp;</span><span>as&nbsp;</span><em>The Lost Art of Walking</em><span>&nbsp;and its more recent follow-up&nbsp;</span><em>Walking in Ruins</em><span>&nbsp;as well as novels like&nbsp;</span><em>Bleeding ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down at UCLA with Jon Christensen, editor of&nbsp;<a href="http://www.boomcalifornia.com/"><em>Boom: A Journal of California</em></a>, the recently re-launched magazine from the University of California Press. They discuss the meaning, if any, of the phrase "he lives in California" ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down in Culver City with Matt Novak, author of&nbsp;<a href="http://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/">Paleofuture</a>, a&nbsp;blog that looks into the future that never was. They discuss what goes through is mind when he sees LAX's Theme Building; why 1960s visions of jetpacks and flying ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down in Sawtelle (also known as Los Angeles' "Little Osaka") with Eric Nakamura, founder of Asian-American aesthetic culture and lifestyle brand&nbsp;<a href="http://www.giantrobot.com/">Giant Robot</a>. They discuss the differences between the Sawtelle he grew up in and the Sawtelle ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Venice with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://geoffdyer.com/" target="_blank"><span class="il">Geoff</span>&nbsp;<span class="il">Dyer</span></a><span>, author of books all across the spectrum between fiction and non-fiction on such subjects as jazz, photography, travel, ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Mar Vista with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://la.streetsblog.org">Streetsblog Los Angeles</a><span>&nbsp;founder Damien Newton (and his young daughter). They discuss what Los Angeles transportation culture looked like from a distance before he came here (nonexistent); ...
<p><span>Colin Marshall sits down in Mar Vista with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://luskin.ucla.edu/edward-soja">Edward Soja</a><span>,&nbsp;</span><span>Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Urban Planning at UCLA and author of such books as&nbsp;</span><em>Postmodern Geographies: The Reassertion of Space ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down under the cafeteria at Santa Monica College with beloved Los Angeles radio personality Madeleine Brand, now host of&nbsp;<a href="http://www.kcrw.com/etc/programs/pp"><em>Press Play</em></a>&nbsp;on KCRW, formerly of NPR's&nbsp;<em>Morning Edition</em>,&nbsp;<em>All Things ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down in Los Angeles' Miracle Mile district with photographer&nbsp;<a href="http://www.markedwardharris.com">Mark Edward Harris</a>, author of such books as&nbsp;<em>Inside North Korea</em>,&nbsp;<em>Inside Iran</em>,&nbsp;<em>The Art of the Japanese Bath</em>, and&nbsp;<em>Faces ...
<p><span>C0lin Marshall sits down at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.ethanelkind.com">Ethan Elkind</a><span>, an attorney who researches and writes on environmental law</span><span>&nbsp;and the author of&nbsp;</span><em>Railtown: The Fight ...
<p>Colin Marshall sits down in Santa Monica with architect and urban designer&nbsp;<a href="http://suisman.com">Doug Suisman</a>, author of&nbsp;<a href="http://www.laboulevard.com"><em>Los Angeles Boulevard: Eight X-Rays of the Body Public</em></a>, soon out in a new 25th anniversary edition. They discuss ...
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