From KISS arena football to Madam Satan ... it's Off-Ramp for Mar. 8, 2014

We talk with pop-art icon Wayne Thiebaud, now 93, subject of two new SoCal exhibits. He's known for paintings of baked goods, and says he's happy to be known as "the old pie man."

The friendship behind 'Madam Satan,' Cecil B. DeMille's musical disaster

Dance writer Debra Levine tells the untold story of the legendary director's only musical and one of his few flops.
LA Kiss Training Camp
On March 15, the LA KISS play their first game. After so many teams have tried and failed to set roots in the LA market, can this one succeed?
John Ridley with John Rabe

'12 Years a Slave' Oscar winner John Ridley

John Rabe talks with John Ridley about finding a new way to talk about Jimi Hendrix, and how to cover slavery without being preachy.
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."
Film and television star Kristen Bell, at KPCC's Mohn Broadcast Center on February 27, 2014. The movie version of "Veronica Mars" opens March 14.
John Rabe talks with the "Veronica Mars" star about making the movie version of her hit show, seven years later, and the scourge of paparazzi who target celebs' kids.
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