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AirTalk for October 28, 2013

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Obama Holds Education Town Hall In DC School

Univision reaches out to young Latinos with Fusion

The Spanish-language network Univision Communications is launching a channel today that it hopes will appeal to young Latinos. Fusion is the new channel created as a joint initiative between Disney and ABC Television that’s expected to get Latino millennials more interested in the news.
Bill Keller, op-ed writer for the New York Times, and Journalist Glenn Greenwald engaged in a lengthy debate in a New York Times piece on wheter journalists can be impartial. Keller believes reporters should be objective, and not put their personal opinions into their reports.
Degen - Presentation - Spring 2013 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

Women ISO a good online dating experience

Dating websites are so 2005. Today, more and more people looking for love, a date, or a no strings attached hook up are turning to their smartphones. One app that a lot of people are talking about is Tinder.
An automated robot arm picks up a bottle

FDA wants to restrict access to addictive painkillers

Prescription drugs account for about three-quarters of all overdose deaths in the United States and some experts say easy access to narcotics is contributing to the high number. On Thursday, the Food and Drug Administration announced new proposals to restrict access to some of the most commonly used narcotics.
The Olivier Awards 2012 - Orchestra Rehearsals
The Pasadena Symphony is set to open its 2013-14 season with its new music director. David Lockington, music director of the Grand Rapids Symphony in Michigan will serve as the Pasadena Symphony’s first music director since 2010.
Milk + Bookies Hosts Third Annual Story Time Celebration

Skirball Cultural Center gets revamped

The final expansion of the Skirball Cultural Center will be celebrated on October 19, 2013 marking the completion of a 30-year plan to update the Jewish cultural institution. The project’s vision was between Uri Herscher, President of Skirball, and Moshe Safdie, an architect.

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