Patt Morrison for June 22, 2012

The 12 jurors in the trial of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky have been deliberating for over twelve hours.
This Daily Bulletin from January 21,1947 seeks information in relation to the death of Elizabeth Short nicknamed "The Black Dahlia."
Just like the rest of us, Los Angeles policemen and women receive daily notices from their employer about what to be on the lookout for.

Grammar pet peeves at work and online

When you’re looking for a job or applying to grad school, it’s always a good idea to double check the spelling and grammar of every email and letter you submit. But what about the rest of the time? Should we let split infinitives lie? What about me vs.

Paul Williams on staying alive in Hollywood

You may or may not know Paul Williams by name, but you definitely know his music.
Ny versus LA

Is summer better in LA or NY?

WNYC's Brian Lehrer, Patt’s counterpart on the East Coast, joins her for one of their periodic duels of L.A. versus N.Y.C.
Civil rights demonstrators, led by Dr Ma
When John Lewis marched in the first of a series of black civil rights protest marches from Selma, Alabama to the State Capitol in Montgomery in 1965, even he probably would not have predicted that he would eventually represent Georgia’s fifth district as a United States Congressman for 25 years.
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