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The Golden Pig

Sunday marks the start of the Chinese New Year. It's the year of the Golden Pig. Cat Chao, KAZN AM 1300's afternoon talk show host, tells Queena why it's auspicious.
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Blacksmith Rising

A group of local artists have opened "Adam's Forge," a studio where people can learn the art of blacksmithing. Queena spoke to Heather McLarty, the president of Adam's Forge. Adam's Forge will celebrate its grand opening on March 9, in conjunction with Pasadena's Art Night.
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The Phil's Four Seasons

John talks to KPCC's Program Director and Classical Music aficionado Craig Curtis about the LA Phil's upcoming season.
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LA Phil Reaches Out

During its Casual Friday series, members of the LA Philharmonic trade in tuxedos and gowns for blue jeans and berets. It's meant to make newbies to the LA Phil feel comfortable. John checked it out.

Paolo Nutini

Loving You, from Nutini's album These Streets

Call Sheet

The Call Sheet gang tells us how President Bush's budget cuts funding to public television.

Radio Lolly

KPCC's Susan Valot takes us to Children's Hospital Orange County where they're using radio to build bridges between sick kids.
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Mighty Mo

A few months ago we met ten-year old champion boxer Mighty Mo Orozco from Long Beach. He's shooting for a medal in the 2016 Olympics. Thanks in part to Off-Ramp, Mighty Mo is a pitchman for bringing the Olympics to LA.

Crossing Guard

When the last bell rings at Jordan High school in Watts, gang members file out of the Jordan Downs housing project next door to monitor the students walking through their turf. Watching over the students is Pastor Michael Cummings. The good pastor makes sure the students get home safely. This piece was produced by Queena Kim and originally aired on Pacific Drift.
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Crack Time

LA Daily Journal reporter Anat Rubin reports to John Rabe that many more Skid Row junkies are being busted for selling crack.