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Reporter's Roundtable

John Rabe talks to editor Nick Roman about Republican House candidate Tan Nguyen, who is accused of falsely warning Latino voters that it's a crime for immigrants to vote. Nguyen denies the charges.

Call Sheet

Call Sheet regulars talk about the World Series.

To DVD or not?

The Call Sheet team predicts how long before your entertainment equipment is obsolete.

The New Sneeze

Sneezing into hands is out - into the sleeves is in. John Rabe takes an office poll to see who's up on the new sneeze.
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Hand Washing

Doctor Paul Silka, chief of staff at Cedars Sinai, tells us about their hand washing campaign.

Getting a Flu Shot?

Welcome to flu season. The CDC and your local public health agencies say the best way to prevent the flu is to get vaccinated, but among the general public, opinons are mixed, as Off-Ramp's Queena Kim found out.
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New Oboist in Town

The Los Angeles Philharmonic has a new principal oboist, 26-year-old Ariana Ghez. Queena Kim spoke to Ghez at a practice room in Disney Hall recently.
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Super Agent Man

Some people underplay their accomplishments. Other people exaggerate them. All Jerry Heller has to do is tell the truth. The 66-year-old Heller's spent his life on the business side of the music business, from bringing Elton John to America, to co-founding Ruthless Records with rapper Eazy E... The guy who helped bring you Your Song was also partly responsible for Cop Killer and Straight Outta Compton. KPCC's Adolfo Guzman-Lopez spoke with Heller about his new memoir, Ruthless.
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Space Aliens and Sea Fish

Marine biologist Milton Love tells us how tracking fish helped him understand alien abductions.
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From Fallen Fruit to Jam

A few weeks ago, as the peaches ripened in Echo Park, the group Fallen Fruit held a jam session. They taught people how to make jam from fruit that grows on public property.