AirTalk for March 22, 2013

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper speaks at a news conference at the Capitol in Denver on Wednesday.
The complex case involving the deaths of a chief of Colorado prisons and a pizza delivery man is under investigation. The suspect, Evan Spencer Ebel, was a Colorado parolee and white supremacist who was killed in a shootout with Texas police.
Opening Hearing For Bell City Administrators

More chaos surrounding the Bell jury

The Bell corruption trial has reached new levels of abnormality after Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Kathleen Kennedy declared a mistrial yesterday.
Mercer 9033
Two new apartment buildings will go up soon in West Hollywood, that caters to young people who don’t live the traditional 9-to-5 lifestyle, but who work from home and hope to find the sense of community we envision when we think of bohemian loft living and sharing physical space as well as wifi passwords.
Premiere Of FilmDistrict's "Olympus Has Fallen" - Red Carpet
Guest host Patt Morrison and the critics review this week’s new releases, included Olympus Has Fallen, Admission, The Croods, and more. TGI-FilmWeek!
Phil Spector
Writer and Producer David Mamet joins AirTalk to talk about the inspiration for "Phil Spector," why he chose to depict Spector’s personal side in such a way, and the relationship between Spector and his lawyer that drives the movie.
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