Take Two for May 9, 2013

President Obama And South Korean President Park Geun-Hye Hold News Conference
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye is visiting the US for five days. Today she is scheduled to meet with California Governor Jerry Brown and LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at the Mayor's residence in Hancock Park.
John Choi
Why, in one of the nation's most diverse cities, is it hard for Asian-Americans to have a permanent place at LA's political table?
A coalition of labor groups has sent a letter to the current owners, asking it not to sell the newspaper company to the Kochs, and some prominent state lawmakers are also warning it would be a mistake.
Eleven million. That's the estimated number of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally, and its become the most-cited statistic in the immigration reform debate. But how did we even arrive at that figure, and is it even accurate?
Donna DeCesare
Photographer Donna DeCesare joins the show to talk about her work from the war zones of Central America to the ganglands of Los Angeles.
405 - 3
For most Angelenos who commute, snarled traffic is a daily reality. For Westsiders, construction work on the 405 Freeway has made things especially gnarly for several years now.
THE GREAT GATSBY
Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of the classic F. Scott Fitzgerald book hits theaters Friday. at least the fourth screen version of the familiar story.
MAYORALDEBATE - 4
KPCC's political team Frank Stoltze and Alice Walton join the show for a regular roundup of the latest political news.
2008 Republican National Convention: Day 3
Yesterday, in Sacramento, former Lieutenant Governor Abel Maldonado launched a campaign to overturn Governor Brown's prison policy.
Aroused
Photographer Deborah Anderson has made a name for herself shooting pictures of celebrities such as Elton John, George Clooney, Cindy Crawford and the singer Pink. But recently she turned her lens to stars of a different sort: adult film performers.
cabin Christopher Dorner Big Bear
Visitors to Big Bear stop to see the ruins of the cabin Dorner died in. For some, it's an attraction. For others, a memorial. The property's future remains unclear.
Mountain Lions - 1
All week we're doing a series on wild animals that live in the city. So far we've looked at coyotes and roadrunners, but now reporter Jed Kim reports on the status of the California mountain lion.
Jen Lamere

Teen app developer helps TV fanatics avoid spoilers

A new app, Twivo, allows you to block tweets about your favorite shows until you're ready to watch them. What's even more of a revelation is the app's developer: 17-year-old Jen Lamere of Nashua, NH.
Pizza Compass
Every week we get your weekend conversation starters with Rico Gagliano and Brendan Newnam, the hosts of the Dinner Party podcast and radio show.
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