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Today on the show we'll head out to Pasadena's Union Station Homeless Center to check out their annual Thanksgiving in Central Park. Then we'll find out how other countries celebrate the holiday, plus talk to a man that doesn't go to the store to get his food - he hunts for it. All that and a whole lot more.
Today on the show we'll discuss Pope Francis's latest comments against trickle-down economics. Then, inside the secret Guantanamo facility called Penny Lane, we meet an East LA school that teaches gratitude every day, A new album celebrates the mash-up of Jewish and Latin music, plus much more.
How is California's economy faring compared to the rest of the United States? How big data is transforming the way employers hire and fire, recovered Nazi looted-art to be donated to LACMA, Getting to know LA's powerful labor leader Maria Elena Durazo, Some of LA's top chefs give their Thanksgiving cooking tips, Tuesday Reviewsday: Billie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones, Glen Hansard, and more.
Today on the show, we check in with the local Iranian community about the US-Iran nuclear deal. Then, we take a look at whether successful viral marketing equals profits, children's librarian for the LA Public Library recommends the best kids books for 2013, study shows that even those with superior recall can have false memories, North Korea's relationship with the crystal meth trade and much more.
Three women graduate from Marine Corps infantry training for the first time in history. Then, Sony Entertainment announces cuts and a shift of focus from film to TV, BMW debuts all electric i3 at LA Auto Show, Artists and DJs unite to raise support for Typhoon Haiyan victims, Jimmy Au of Beverly Hills focuses on finding the right clothes for shorter men, plus much more.
Today on the show we'll start with the California legislative analyst's office projecting a budget surplus for the state. Plus, Alabama posthumously pardons the Scottsboro Boys. A new immigration policy gives hope to undocumented military dependents, a federal consumer protection bureau fines a payday lender $19 million, a preview of the Latin Grammys and much more.