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The Lion and the Rat

The Lion and the Rat

2022-01-2727:50

In this episode, produced by Christopher Kelty, we ask, “what can you live with” in Los Angeles?  It’s a simple question without any good answers.  It’s a deeply cultural question, about why we love some animals and hate others, and how that never works out well. Part of the UCLA Labyrinth Research Project, more at https://labyrinth.garden/
Unsustainable

Unsustainable

2022-02-2120:31

Are you doing your part to save the planet today?  Surely you’ve thought about it.  All around you there are signs urging you to recycle, to save water, to use less energy.  In this episode, Emma Horton asks why we feel so bad for not doing our part, and whether it’s healthy to keep trying. Part of the UCLA Labyrinth Research Project, more at https://labyrinth.garden/
Coyotes in the Cloud

Coyotes in the Cloud

2022-02-2837:54

You just saw a coyote on the street in front of your apartment.  What should you think?  In this episode, Coyotes in the Cloud, Spencer Robins asks whether you actually saw that coyote or whether maybe you’ve followed a ghost into another political storm in Los Angeles.  Part of the UCLA Labyrinth Research Project, more at https://labyrinth.garden/
The maze has brought you to a cat's cradle story of responsibility and moral failure. Listen as Niaz Sassounian takes us on a whirlwind tour of the feral cat controversy in Los Angeles. Part of the UCLA Labyrinth Research Project, more at https://labyrinth.garden/
How to See Coyotes

How to See Coyotes

2022-03-1525:04

Everybody in Los Angeles has a coyote story, but nobody can quite agree on what seeing a coyote in the city means. What do coyotes mean by the things they do? In this episode Chase Niesner explores how what we see in coyotes is a matter of what they see in us.
Also, Satan

Also, Satan

2022-03-2153:11

In this episode, Christopher Kelty explores the rather surprising background to the No Kill Movement in LA.Part of the UCLA Labyrinth Research Project, more at https://labyrinth.garden/
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