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Rape as a weapon of war, importance of estuaries, new regulations for extra virgin olive oil, and more
On Monday, Take Two discusses how terrorist groups like the so-called Islamic State use rape and sexual violence as a weapon of war, the importance of local waterways, new regulations for extra virgin olive oil and much more.
Happy Friday. On today's show, we're talking to Simon Pegg about his new film "Hector and the Search for Happiness." Also, the Cosby Show turns 30 and there's a Feline Film Festival happening in L.A.
On Thursday, Take Two discusses talks to a Scottish Angeleno about Scotland's vote for independence, why Los Angeles schools are backlogged in repairs and how independent voters could water down Latino voters' efforts. We'll also explore the latest in California politics.
On Wednesday, Take Two discusses how NASA is working to end its reliance on Russia by 2017, technology behind driverless cars, and how new CA groundwater regulations could help conserve water. We'll also look at the history of drought and its affect on wildflowers.
On Tuesday, Take Two discusses how the new bike buffer law will be enforced and what that means for drivers. Also, we look at how the city of San Francisco is using shame as a way to encourage people to retrofit buildings and homes.
On Monday, Take Two discusses Daniele Watts' recent detainment after police received a call of indecent exposure. We'll also look at the role other Arab Nation will play as the U.S. gears up to take action against the group calling itself the Islamic State. Plus, the NFL continues to get bad publicity after Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson was indicted on child abuse charges, LA Magazine writer Bill Esparza takes us on a culinary tour of Guatemala, all this and much more.