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AirTalk for September 21, 2012

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APTOPIX Space Shuttle Last Stop

Endeavour buzzes Southern California

The Space Shuttle Endeavour circled the Earth 4,671 times on its own power, but will need a piggyback ride from a modified 747 for its final voyage over the skies of Los Angeles.
Immigration Ceremony
California’s new online voter registration launched yesterday in hopes of making the registering process easier for more people.

Coursera: Delivering a new era in education

Have you ever imagined taking a class at Columbia University while sitting on the beach in Santa Monica? Good news.
Larry is joined by KPCC film critics Wade Major and Claudia Puig to review this week’s new films, including Trouble With the Curve, End of Watch, Dredd 3D, The House at the End of the Street, The Perks of Being a Wallflower and more.
Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences Presents The 50th Anniversary 4K Digital Restoration Of "Lawrence Of Arabia"

'Lawrence of Arabia' gets a digital facelift

One of the most legendary films in all of cinema is getting an anniversary present this year.

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