Larry Mantle talks with playwright Oliver Mayer about his play Joe Louis Blues now running at the Tiffany Theatre in West Hollywood. Joe Louis Blues is set in the 1940's Harlem jazz era, in a jazz club where several Americans are examining their identity at a wartime crossroads of race and patriotism.
Fodor's tells you what to visit in Los Angeles, Zagat tells you where to eat, but how do find a classy strip joint? Fret no more, Jessica Hundley and Jon Alain Guznik will talk to Larry Mantle about their new handbook, Horny? Los Angeles (Really Great Books), a funny and irreverent guide to all the topless bars, nude mud-wresting clubs and other carnal spots in the city.
It's been a stressful cycle of 2016 presidential election news - how have you been coping? We hear from listeners about how they've handled the inundation of campaign scandals and vitriol from candidates, and ways to combat unhealthy fatigue; the Vatican released new cremation regulations on how the ashes of loved ones shouldn't be kept in home or scattered; and we dive into Prop 61 over prescription drug coverage reform, one of the most highly debated measures in California.
Justin Timberlake’s selfie at a Tennessee voting booth raised concerns over vote buying and legality – we dive into the issue; the CDC’s new report shows a spike in CA’s STI numbers; why women choose to change or keep their surnames; plus, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has two seat openings – we host debates for the candidates.
We talk to Metro CEO Phil Washington about the expo line, bike share programs and more; should infants sleep in the same room as parents? According to a new recommendation released yesterday, it significantly reduces chances of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; we analyze Obamacare’s double-digit premium hikes; plus, what is ‘speaking American?’ A look at dialect variations and colloquialisms.
We roundup the latest election news, including where key national congressional races are currently at, what Clinton's surging poll numbers mean and more WikiLeaks documents released; should journalists have the right to donate to political campaigns as private citizens, or are they obligated to neutrally refrain?; and what AT&T's $85.4 billion buyout for Time Warner means for everyday consumers.
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