The Madeleine Brand Show for April 3, 2012

Sheriff Lee Baca and Men's Central

LA County Sheriff Lee Baca: An intellectual under fire

Maybe the most powerful elected official in SoCal, Baca remembers his childhood and discusses his work as others reflect on the highly scrutinized intellectual's continuing legacy.
Moshe Kasher

Moshe Kasher reflects on a life of crime, drugs and comedy

Moshe Kasher talks with Madeleine about his new book, "Kasher in the Rye" - a memoir about his life of crime, drugs and comedy.
Voters In Oakland Approve Tax On Medical Marijuana

Oakland-based medical marijuana facility raided by federal agents

Reporter David Downs was on the scene Monday in Oakland, Calif. as federal agents raided Oaksterdam University — a medical marijuana dispensary and training center.
MTV Europe Music Awards 2011 - Show

What EMI's potential sale could mean for the music industry

Universal could control as much as 50 percent of the music market in some parts of the world if a deal to split EMI goes through. We talk to Ben Sisario, who writes about the music industry for The New York Times, to learn more.
Religious School Shooting

Latest details of Oakland university shooting that killed seven

San Francisco Chronicle's Henry Lee joins the show to discuss the shooting at Oikos University, a Christian university in Oakland, yesterday that killed seven people and wounded several others.

Drew Tewksbury reviews new albums from Georgia Anne Muldrow and The Quakers

Music critic Drew Tewksbury is back for New Music Tuesday. This week, he’s reviewing albums from The Quakers and Georgia Anne Muldrow.
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