For more on the struggles many celebrities face with addiction and a look at the current state of heroin use in this country, we're joined by Dr. Howard Samuels of The Hills Treatment Center here in Southern California.
If you missed it, the Seattle Seahawks pretty much demolished the Denver Broncos in last night's Super Bowl. To find out if anyone bet on that being the final score, or if any other bets paid out big time, we called up Johnny Avello, director of Race & Sports operations at Wynn Las Vegas.
For decades, the small farmworker community of Kettleman City in California has been home to the largest toxic waste dump in the western United States. It's also home to a water system polluted by arsenic.
Here to talk about Philip Seymour Hoffman's legacy and other news from the entertainment industry is Rebecca Keegan, film writer for the Los Angeles Times who joins us every Monday for our regular chat about the film biz, On the Lot.
As part of our series Hollywood Jobs, we had the chance to visit the Dreamworks campus for a chat with the creators of, "The Croods," Kirk DeMicco and Chris Sanders, who both wrote and directed the film.
With Rams owner Stan Kroenke linked to the purchase of 60 acres of land near The Forum, we look back at LA's tumultuous relationship with the NFL and potential sites for its future. Arash Markazi of ESPNLA.com wrote about this and joined us to share his perspective.
The non-profit recently announced something called Voice Intro Project. They're working on an audio database of celebrities, scientists, and other notable people who introduce themselves on tape, so we can avoid messing up their names.