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Internet protest, Dumb Starbucks, NFL player Michael Sam comes out

On Monday we talk about the new list of the country's biggest givers in 2013. Also, what is the Dumb Starbucks in Los Feliz and why are people waiting in line so long for it? We'll also talk about what San Diego elections could mean for California. And Boy George tells us about his first album in 18 years and much more.

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Obamacare addiction coverage, water shortages, Friday Flashback, LEGO movie

Friday we talk to local marionette legend Bob Baker on turning 90. Also, we find out what the Affordable Care Act addiction coverage means. Plus, despite rain, some California communities could soon run out of water. We also have Friday Flashback, a discussion with the LEGO movie's director and writer team and much more.

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Echo Park gang injunction, State of Affairs, LAUSD 'repairs not iPads' and more

Today on the show, we talk to reporter Erika Aguilar about the latest in the Echo Park gang injunction debate. Then we discuss how the Lakers ran out of eligible players Wednesday night but still managed to win the game. Also, Silver Lake is no longer considered the Eastside, LAUSD teachers are calling for "repairs not iPads," State of Affairs looks at the latest political news and much more.

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Sochi scene, CVS tobacco ban, 'Tonight Show' leaves LA and more

Today on the show, we'll check in with a journalist covering the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Then, CVS will stop selling tobacco products in October and how the threat of relapse is ever present for recovering addicts, plus much more.

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Heroin's resurgence, Texas border apprehensions, Tuesday Reviewsday and more

Today on the show, we talk with reporter Sam Quinones about the resurgence of heroin in the US. Then, a rise in Texas border apprehensions poses humanitarian need. Plus, KPCC reports that the city of LA spends millions of taxpayer dollars on police union activities, our Tuesday Reviewsday critics look a new music and much more.

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Philip Seymour Hoffman, California drought, Super Bowl betting and more

Today on the show, we'll take a look at the life of Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was found dead over the weekend. Why do so many celebrities suffer from drug addiction? Then, California got some rain over the weekend, but not enough to relieve the drought. What can people do to conserve water at home? Plus, a look at the latest entertainment news in On The Lot, restoration of Medi-Cal dental coverage comes too late for many, and much more.