The terrible burden of guilt ... Off-Ramp for October 5, 2013

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Father Boyle and Rabbi Gross fundraise for KPCC

Two men who know something about guilt and redemption, Father Greg Boyle of Homeboy Industries and Rabbi Marv Gross of Union Station Homeless Services, talk about giving to KPCC.

The Voice of the Dodgers talks with Ben Bergman

KPCC's Ben Bergman sat down to talk with Dodger legend Vin Scully about his life and career.

The Coals' new album, unashamed LA country music

Yes, the new record from the LA-based country band The Coals is only 22 minutes long, but the music on it is inventive, catchy, genuine, and moving.

How Dylan Brody and John Rabe faked it for fundraising

Turns out, that wonderful spontaneous Off-Ramp fundraising moment between John and Dylan was scripted and pre-recorded.
Nate Silver and Patt Morrison
Nate Silver has returned to the world of sports stats at ESPN, but he’s not giving up the political game either.
David Kipen and Realtor Crosby Doe at Frank Lloyd Wright's Millard House in Pasadena. It's mentioned on p. 248 of "California in the 1930s, the WPA Guide to the Golden State."
'John Steinbeck navigated by these guides and called them "the most comprehensive account of the United States ever got together, and nothing since has even approached it."'
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