Ruth Reichl's book; Jeffrey Kahane's Bach. Off-Ramp for May 3, 2014

May 6, 2013: LA Mayor Eric Garcetti clowns at Pacific Standard Time LA/LA event in downtown LA, at which the Getty Foundation announced $5m in PST LA/LA research grants.
The first Pacific Standard Time was reportedly worth $280 million to the local economy; Mayor Garcetti hopes PST LA/LA will bring in even more.
Jeffrey Kahane
John Rabe talks with LA Chamber Orchestra's Jeffrey Kahane about his decision to step down as LACO's musical director, and Thursday's solo concert: Bach's "Goldberg Variations."
... in which a listener chastises Rabe for not asking the difference between black widow and brown widow webs.
Pepe Aguilar's 24th album — he's already sold 12-million records — debuted at #1 on iTunes and is a tribute to his father Antonio Aguilar's great rival, Vicente Fernández. This is his first public radio interview.
Damian Kevitt Finish the Ride
Kevitt was hit and dragged underneath a car. The driver fled the scene. Kevitt lost a leg, but his story has called attention to hit and run collisions all over LA.
KPCC's John Rabe talks in-depth with food writer Ruth Reichl about her debut novel, "Delicious!," in which a food prodigy from Santa Barbara comes of age at the ideal food magazine.
Philippe Mora, director of the stage version of Ursula LeGuin's "The Wife's Story" at Sci-Fest, and actor L. Scott Caldwell, who tells the story onstage.
Tony-winning actor L. Scott Caldwell reads from Ursula LeGuin's "The Wife's Story" to help us preview a new festival of one-act science fiction plays.
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