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AirTalk for June 8, 2012

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San Onofre nuclear power plant takes the summer off

Yesterday, Edison International announced that the San Onofre nuclear power plant will be offline throughout the summer, if not longer.
Gov. Jerry Brown

Pension reform fever is sweeping the state

Voters in two California cities approved separate but equally drastic reductions in public employees’ pension plans.
144th Belmont Stakes - Preview

I’ll Have Another won’t have another

I'll Have Another was scratched from the Belmont Stakes today.
Tom and Ray Magliozzi have hosted ‘Car Talk’ on NPR for 25 years, solving listener’s car woes and cracking each other up on a weekly basis.
English Director Sir Ridley Scott arrive
Larry is joined by KPCC film critics Andy Klein, Claudia Puig and Charles Solomon to discuss this week’s new films.
(From L) Us actor Jesse Eisemberg, US fi

Cinephiles rejoice, the L.A. Film Festival returns

The North American premiere of Woody Allen's "To Rome with Love" will kick off the Los Angeles Film Festival next Thursday.

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