When The Big One hits it’ll take under two minutes for more than 10 million Southern Californians to lose internet, power, and a sense of security. Host Jacob Margolis and Producer Misha Euceph take you on a journey to understand what the catastrophic earthquake will mean for Los Angeles, the U.S., and the world. This is what you need to know to survive.
Introducing WILD by LAist Studios
Introducing WILD by LAist Studios, a podcast about origin stories. About those moments big and small that transform people forever. Season 1 of WILD: Home Forever is a time capsule of these kinds of moments captured during a global pandemic that left a lot of us "growing up" again while stuck at home for more than a year.
In episode 1, we meet Daisy Figueroa who went back to her childhood home and decides to transform it. In the process, she creates her own business and redefines the standard of living for people in her community.
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The Wake-up Call
lessons learned from our recent big one.
The Perfect World
We’re back at Union Station, moments before the Big One hits, but this time you, our hero, and the city are prepared. And then back to reality and the team from TBOYSG reflect on the lessons they have learned while making the show.
In this episode, a rat learns to skateboard and we learn how our brain processes (or doesn't) the idea of a big one.
After six months of research, Jacob finally makes an earthquake kit and ends up asleep outside in the rain on Christmas Eve.
The Buildings Every day when you walk into work you assume your building is safe. What if it's not? We try to get answers about two 52-story towers in downtown L.A. built using construction methods that structural engineers no longer use.
Can we bring this back, maybe with a different topic? Such a great format.
Was a great podcast until they started showing their ignorance of the 2nd Amendment and guns in general. The more people like you preach about guns the more guns I buy. Stay in your lane. Hopefully mostly leftie liberals live near the fault line. Population control. Also the host sounds like he wears a man bun and couldn’t save himself from a bad dream much less The Big One.
Indispensable podcast of southern Californians
What they did here is incredible. It should be mandatory listening for all living in Los Angeles.
The tips at the end of each episode we’re for sure the most informative and important part, plus Micha has such a great radio voice!
I really hope they continue to add to the Siri