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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.
A global perspective on the debt ceiling from our neighbors to the south; Teaching the shutdown; Roadblocks to Asian mental health care; and Robbie Robertson on the music that changed the world.
The Supreme Court takes up Michigan's affirmative action ban; A new UCLA study finds that more diversity on TV shows leads to higher ratings; We take a look back 40 years ago today at the 1973 oil embargo that changed the way Americans feel about energy; and it's Tuesday, which means it's music reviewsday.
Poll: Most Americans confused about the debt ceiling; How are furloughed federal workers spending their time?; Gov. Brown signs new bills to tackle California's water problems; Volunteers provide water for migrants crossing the Imperial Valley desert; LA schools and iPads: Big promises but where's the research?; Sports Roundup: LA Dodgers, NCAA drama, NBA preseason; Chris's Collection: Batmobile toy; Justice For My Sister' doc examines 'femicide' in Guatemala
GOP strategist Mike Madrid on CA's Republican summit in Anaheim; Profile: The first Latino president of the State Bar of California; Cheech Marin on Chicano art and 'Chicanitas'; 'Valentine Road' examines the tragic killing of 15-year-old Larry King