Producer, How to L.A. (he/him)
Hi, I’m Evan! I’m an audio producer and writer here in L.A.
My favorite types of stories make me care about something I didn’t think I’d find important.
I’m producing a new show for LAist Studios: How To LA. It’s all about discovery and exploration and understanding this city.
My favorite things to do here are rockclimb and cook. I also sometimes film things, and I main Ness.
A group out of USC is tackling the overdose crisis, armed with education, test strips and Narcan.
The state's SB972 was signed by Gov. Newsom into law, providing relief for many who haven't been able to get the proper permits to sell certain foods on the street.
Earlier this year, Pacoima Beautiful painted 10 square blocks and murals with a special coat that mitigates the hotness of the asphalt, reflects solar waves and beautifies the area.
Chinatown hasn't had a grocery store in three years; a new farmers' market fills some of the void.
Farmers' markets make it easy to find local, organic produce, and the open air can make grocery shopping feel like less of a chore.
City Bean paved the way for L.A.'s current coffee scene. In the pandemic, it's trying to highlight the importance of locally owned businesses.
Jess Starwood used to forage wild fruits and herbs for some of L.A.'s top restaurants. When they fully reopen, she's not sure she'll sell to them again.