Cancer, Cottage Food, and Cruisin' - Off-Ramp for December 29, 2012

What Mark Stambler was reduced to until Governor Broan signed the Homemade Food Act Friday.
Current laws prevented Grandma from selling trichinosis treats and prevented people from making and selling a long list of homemade food: dried fruit, nuts, and mole paste to name a few.

Experimental cancer treatment "magic" for a La Canada teacher

Connie Tucker has ready to enter hospice after chemo failed. Then she entered a clinical trial. Now, she has a new lease on life.
Monarch the bear
The story of Monarch: his life, death, and fascinating relationship with William Randolph Hearst.
James Home Video
I lost my ability to speak Korean with my parents. I thought I could fix the problem by learning Korean, but it wasn't that simple.

Cypress Park evangelist William Matelyan hit by car, killed

William Matelyan is preaching gospel from his growing temple inside a Cypress Park auto body shop. Off-Ramp's Jerry Gorin reports.

Green Book guided black drivers in Jim Crow era

Dr. Foster was a black man on his way to LA. He'd just left the South, but not segregation, and as one sympathetic motel owner told him, "If we let you in, all the other motel owners would ostracize us."
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