Larry Mantle talks with journalist and author William Langewiesche about his new cover story in The Atlantic Monthly, "American Ground: Unbuilding the World Trade Center." Langewiesche was given unprecedented access to Ground Zero in the aftermath of September 11th and this cover story is the result of his experiences.
Larry Mantle and critics Jean Oppenheimer of Screen International, F.X. Feeney of the L.A. Weekly, and Charles Solomon, animation critic of amazon.com discuss this week's new film releases, including Minority Report, Lilo & Stitch, Sunshine State, and Ram Dass: Fierce Grace. Larry and the critics also discuss videos released both this week and last week.
What comes next for President Obama's immigration plan; analysts debate the utility of the #NoBillNoBreak sit-in; Plus, it seems for every major gun violence tragedy, a new gun control group is formed, making that side's fight against a seemingly monolithic-NRA all the more challenging - we'll hear from several gun control groups about why they resist consolidating.
L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer is going after four landlords for illegally renting their apartment units as short-term rentals - a look at both sides. Then Paso Robles' Justin Winery is in trouble after cutting down hundreds of old oak trees on its property to make room for more vineyards - can they rehab their rep? Plus, 60 percent of kids between the ages of 3 and 8 have had imaginary friends - two psychologists explain the latest research behind the phenomenon
Reviews of the week's new movies, interviews with filmmakers, and discussion.
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