It's the end of another week and time for the Friday Flashback, Take Two's look at the week in news. This morning, we're joined in-studio by a Pilar Marrero, a senior reporter and writer at La Opinion and David Gura, Washington reporter for Marketplace.
Hockey around these parts has arguably never been more popular or successful. Within the last 7 years both the Ducks and Kings have won a Stanley Cup, and back in January, the rivals sold out Dodger Stadium in the NHL's first outdoor game in Southern California.
Columbian novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez passed away yesterday in his home in Mexico City at age 87. Marquez was a Nobel Prize winner and arguably one of the most important writers of the 20th century.
This weekend, thousands of Angelenos will trek into the desert for the second round of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival. KPCC's Josie Huang looks at how the festival has influenced high schoolers in the host city of Indio.
The U.S. Forest Service announced this week that ski areas run on forest service land will be able to promote year-round activities. For more on how this could affect the ski industry, we turn to Porter Fox, an editor for Powder magazine.