The photo that saved a life - Off-Ramp for April 20, 2013

Help us interview country star Billy Ray Cyrus (father of you-know-who) about his life, music, and memoir "Hillbilly Heart."
Caltech students prepared dinner for Stephen Hawking and Patt Morrison, and Patt had the chance to speak with Hawking about religion, physics and more.
Studio City resident Renee Opell had come to Boston for her 40th marathon. She left with a photo of the moment that may have saved her life.

Roger Guenveur Smith premieres new play about Rodney King

"Rodney King," Roger Guenveur Smith's newest work, plays at L.A.'s Bootleg Theater through August 19.
The car didn’t finish in its first big race this year—possibly because it had just been delivered the week before. It finished second in its next two races. This mixed showing reflects its singular, developing technology: it’s probably the only diesel race car on the American auto racing scene today.
Off-Ramp host John Rabe with Mazda drivers Elliott Skeer, Joel Miller, and Kenton Koch.
Few teens believe their parents about much of anything, making it hard to get even the most important messages across, like: Don't text while you drive! Hence, Project Yellow Light, a program that encourages young drivers to make videos to speak to other kids about the dangers of driving distracted, and offers scholarships for the best videos.
Permanent Records

Eagle Rock's Permanent Records celebrates Record Store Day

The yearly event features in-store performances, meet and greets, and hundreds of exclusive releases by artists ranging from garage bands to Bruce Springsteen.
Dear Mayor Westchester

Rabe and Stoltze and #DearMayor

Education, water, and the runway were big issues for residents of Westchester in the latest installment of Frank Stoltze's #DearMayor cafe chats.
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