A man who survived suicide by train - Off-Ramp for June 30, 2012

Institute of Domestic Technology instructor Stephen Rudicel holds Poppyseed the goat
On the old Zane Grey estate in Altadena, in an old outbuilding they’ve turned into a kitchen, canning jars line the shelves, homemade cheeses ferment in a glass fridge. There’s a 6-week-old goat named Poppyseed who roams freely. This is the Institute of Domestic Technology.
Ron Iseli

Suicide by train: A growing trend in SoCal

Even most police officers never shoot and kill. Yet one professional can expect death on the job: train conductors.
London 1908 Olympics: Johnny Hayes churns toward the Olympic Stadium

Showdown at Shepherd's Bush: 3 runners help save the Olympics

David Davis talks with John Rabe about his book, "Showdown at Shepherd's Bush: the 1908 Olympic Marathon and the Three Runners who Launched a Sporting Craze."
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Anime Expo in LA this weekend

Thousands of fans of Japanese animation and comics descend on LA Friday through Monday for Anime Expo. (Plus: What would Bill Bratton do if he met Godzilla?)
Apple's World Wide Developers Conference Begins In San Francisco
When the latest iPhone update debuts this Fall, Maps--the cherished navigation app--will no longer carry directions for public transit.
Mars rover Curiosity

Rabe talks robot rights with Matt DeBord

Are robots entitled to the same type of treatment as people or animals? Or are they simply tools, machines to do our bidding?

Anime's 40-year old teenager: Yuri Lowenthal

Off-Ramp animation expert Charles Solomon talks with the voice behind the animated characters any ten-year boy knows: Yuri Lowenthal.
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