You can never leave the Hotel California - Off-Ramp for May 17, 2014

Jeanie Buss
Jeanie Buss, President and part owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, talks to Patt Morrison about the Lakers, the Donald Sterling controversy and Phil Jackson.

EZTV: Channeling West Hollywood's artsy video history

Off-Ramp's Elyssa Dudley talks with Michael J. Masucci about the weird and wonderful EZTV, a pioneering video space he co-founded in the late '80s.
“I have done everything I wanted to do, and sometimes twice,” artist Channing Peake said. He died 25 years ago and Marc Haefele says it's time to give him another look.
We take you to the unveiling of five "wearable tech" prototypes -- like a data vaporizer and high-tech fingernail appliques -- that could make Google Glass obsolete. Maybe.
The Eagles
The 1977 hit single is the band's most successful song, by far. But how did it get written? And why — almost 40 years later — are we still listening?
Jeffrey Kahane
Jeffrey Kahane, the music director of the LA Chamber Orchestra, has been giving us a classical ABC. This time, he plays some exceptions to a musical myth.
Roy Orbison
Alex Orbison, son of the late pop icon Roy Orbison, on "Mystery Girl: Unraveled," a documentary that goes behind the scenes of the recording of Orbison's final album.

The Wedge: New doc chronicles the perfect point break

"The Wedge: Dynasty, Tragedy, Legacy" tells the story of one of Newport's founding families and the Depression-era tragedy that changed their lives and the California coastline.
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