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The Thill is Gone

In 1945, Jerrie Thill jumped into her '38 Dodge Coupe and drove from Dubuque to the coast. Now, Jerry Thill is turning 90, and she's playing one last gig tomorrow at El Cid in Silverlake.
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Imus gets Dressed Down

Off-Ramp commentator Antronette Yancey gives former CBS radio host Don Imus a dressing down.
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New Kid on the Block

This week, 26-year old Gustavo Dudamel was named the new conductor of the LA Philharmonic. Adolfo Guzman Lopez met the Venezuelan prodigy
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After Esa-Pekka

KPCC's program director and classical music aficionado Craig Curtis talks about other conductors who came into prominence in their 20s and early 30s, including Esa-Pekka himself.

Stage Right

John talks with Steven Leigh Morris about the LA Weekly's Theatre Awards and asks, what companies and actors should we look out for?
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Stop Whining and Pay up

There's wine for meat, wine for fish and wines to do taxes. Randy at Silverlake Wine makes a few suggestions.

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Hot Ramen

Orochon Ramen in LA's Little Tokyo is famous for a dish called the Special Number Two, possibly the spiciest ramen in Los Angeles. Queena Kim investigates.
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I Eat Ramen, Here Me Roar!

Queena Kim met with Alexis Wong, who's agreed to order the Special Number Two. He brought some friends to cheer him on. His friend Nina makes a surprise entry.
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The Tristan Project

Starting Thursday, the LA Philharmonic will be performing Wagner's Tristan and Isolde. John Rabe talks with mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter, who will be singing in her first Wagner opera.