Golden Mike-winning Off-Ramp ... for January 26, 2013

20 Feet from Stardom
Director Morgan Neville: "It's the kind of thing you fantasize about for years when you're making films. My head's spinning. It's a huge relief. And it means I get to go see movies."
Kidney recipient James Rabe at Mayo Clinic, posing with a model kidney
"To go from feeling like absolute garbage and thinking you are going to die, to feeling as though nothing could kill you, is nothing short of miraculous."
“Uncanny X-Force” is an X-Men book that also happens to be one of the rare Marvel comics set on the West Coast — right here in Los Angeles.
Wallace Hume Carothers demonstrating the elastic properties of neoprene.
At the moment of his triumph, Carothers succumbed to depression and alcoholism, and killed himself. Maybe that's why his career has been largely ignored.
At the opening of MexiCali Biennial at Vincent Price Art Museum
"The cannibal is a creature that threatens the collapse of identity and ethics, and instills anarchy in the social order."
American women earned the right to vote decades before they were allowed to run in marathons. The first to do it was Merry Lepper, in 1963, in Culver City.
Jeanne Cooper, star of "The Young and the Restless," with Off-Ramp host John Rabe.
Off-Ramp's John Rabe talks with "The Young and the Restless" legend Jeanne Cooper, celebrating 70 years in showbiz with a new memoir. How much did she like Raymond Burr?
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