Recently on Take Two Evenings
Today on the show we talk about Twitter's IPO and whether it can evolve to rival Facebook's success. Then, a new report finds that as San Francisco home prices surge, so do evictions. Hollywood's Cinerama Dome turns 50, a recent mountain lion death reignites call for a wildlife corridor in Liberty Canyon, plus much more
Today on the show, we talk to California insurance commissioner Dave Jones about policy cancellations. Then, Kate Sheehy of the Fronteras Desk reports about the suburbs and America's new poor, plus much more.
Today on the show, Peter Lee of Covered California on how the state's healthcare exchange differs from healthcare.gov; LA's water wars fictionalized in the iconic 1974 film 'Chinatown'; Owens Valley braces for possible new resource war as LADWP seeks the sun's gold; Major drug trafficking tunnel discovered at US-Mexico border, plus much more.
How the LA Aqueduct altered the Owens Valley environment; Celebrating 100 years of excavation at the La Brea Tar Pits, plus California, other West Coast states sign climate change pact and Sriracha maker Huy Fong Foods sued as 'public nuisance';
Tonight on Take Two Evening, we hear about how immigration reform activists are turning to more aggressive and risky tactics to get their point across. Plus, California changes guidelines on how to deal with mentally ill inmates. And we'll talk with famed chef Daniel Bouloud about his favorite recipes ... that and a lot more.
Today on the show, we'll take a look at a new Pew study that finds the majority of Hispanics in US say their community lacks a leader. Then, we talk to Frank Gehry about his iconic design for the Disney Concert Hall on it's 10th birthday. From the Fronteras Report, David Martin Davies reports on the popularity of Rep. Ted Cruz and his father in the Lone Star State, plus much more.