AirTalk for May 22, 2015

Volunteers, wildlife experts, and cleanup crews continue to cleanup efforts of the more than 100,000 gallons crude oil spill in Santa Barbara. Also, LA Times writer offers adventurous hikers the best hidden walks and trails of the city in his latest book. Then, we hear the latest from the Cannes Film Festival.


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AirTalk for April 27, 2015

Nepal is in crisis after Saturday's 7.8 earthquake devastated the countryside and its capital of Kathmandu, a week after seismologists from all the world met at the annual meeting of the 2015 Seismological Society of America in Pasadena. Also, how will Bruce Jenner’s interview affect visibility for the LGBT community? Then, what disclosure mistakes from the Clinton Foundation could mean for the 2016 race.

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AirTalk for April 24, 2015

The collapse of the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger means more uncertainty for Dodgers fans. Also, should large law firms be more open to the idea of representing same-sex marriages? Then, we talk with Laemmle Theatre chain president about how the indie community is navigating the shifting distribution landscape.

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AirTalk for April 23, 2015

The White House revealed today that a U.S. drone strike had inadvertently killed two hostages held by Al Qaeda in January. Also, tomorrow marks the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, in which over a million Armenians were killed by the Ottoman government in what is now present-day Turkey. Then, opening in theaters May 1st, the movie 'Ride' features Helen Hunt as a high-strung, high-powered mom trying to keep a handle on her whip smart son.

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AirTalk for April 22, 2015

President Obama won’t be using the term ‘genocide’ to describe the 100th anniversary of the mass killing of 1.5 million Armenians. Also, the L.A. City Council is attempting to rebrand South Los Angeles as “SOLA.” Then, is there a culture of cheating in higher education? If so, how serious a problem is it?

Bay Area Water Inspectors Monitor Water Usage

AirTalk for April 21, 2015

Governor Brown has called the San Juan Capistrano ruling on tiered water pricing a “straightjacket” on local government and conservationists at a time when maximum flexibility is needed. Also, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is assessing how to regulate homeopathic medicine and practice. Then, Google is updating its search algorithm to give preference to websites designed for viewing on mobile devices.

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AirTalk for April 20, 2015

The State Water Resources Control Board on Friday released its revised plan for cutbacks. Also, one non-profit believes it has the answer to low voter turnout: Drawing for cash. Then, during this year's maple sugaring season in New England, harvesters have found a market for the pure maple waters to compete against the massive coconut water industry.