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A Public Good-Bye

This week, Los Angeles County buried almost 1,700 people in a potter's grave. The annual mass burial is for people who died without a family that could claim their remains or that could afford a private burial. KPCC reporter Rachael Myrow takes us to the service.

Call Sheet

The Call Sheet gang weighs Mel Gibson's Oscar chances.
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WEB EXTRA: Eye of the Tiger

Mighty Mo puts up his dukes with his championship belt.
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It isn't easy being Green

John Rabe talks to movie and TV star Tom Green about his new Internet channel.
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Cello Fellow

If you live in Los Angeles, you might have seen the L.A. Philharmonic's banners around town. They read: 106 strong. Cellist Ben Hong is one of those members and what's more, he races motorbikes. Queena Kim met Hong at Disney Hall.
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The List

Writer Jesse Katz talks to John Rabe about the lesser-known names from Los Angeles Magazine's list of the city's most influential people.
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Crime Buster

Off-Ramp commentator Mimi Pond and her Barney Fife moment.

Crime Buster: The Chase

Mimi Pond tells us how she - and a rainbow coalition of amateur crime stoppers - chased down a mugger.

Crime Buster: The Finale

Mimi Pond fingers the perp.
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How Great Art Thou

John Rabe interviews sculptor and recycler Joel Morrison, another artist at the 2006 California Biennial.