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Local Californians who have family in The Philippines talk about the relief efforts here | An explainer on how a court decision on net neutrality could slow down the Internet | We go behind the scenes and behind the mic with voiceover artist Ben Patrick Johnson | Thousands of letters written by service members and veterans arrive today at Chapman University | The quandary for Fresno State's football team which shares a mascot with a local gang, and much more.
On the show today, we’ll have the latest on the corruption trial of Bell administrator Angela Spaccia, and exactly 100 years ago Los Angeles had some big moments, the LA Aqueduct opened, the La Brea Tar Pits were discovered and Charlie Chaplin signed on with his first Hollywood studio, plus the fate of the California Condor. That and a whole lot more …
Today on the show we talk about Twitter's IPO and whether it can evolve to rival Facebook's success. Then, a new report finds that as San Francisco home prices surge, so do evictions. Hollywood's Cinerama Dome turns 50, a recent mountain lion death reignites call for a wildlife corridor in Liberty Canyon, plus much more.
Today on the show, we talk to California insurance commissioner Dave Jones about policy cancellations. Then, Kate Sheehy of the Fronteras Desk reports about the suburbs and America's new poor. Slate's Emily Yoffe joins the show with advice on how to deal with rude people, plus much more.
Today, we'll start the show with a look into the suspected LAX shooter's belief in the "New World Order" conspiracy. Then, LGBT workplace rights bill moves forward in the Senate, Jezebel founded Anna Holmes joins the show to talk about her new book. Then, our Tuesday Reviewsday critics talk about new tunes by Eminem, Sky Ferreira and more.
Today on the show, we'll take a look at the ongoing investigation into the shooting at LAX. Then, KPCC's Alice Walton profiles Nury Martinez, the only woman on LA's City Council. In this week's Picture This, talk to photographer Michael Forster Rothbart's about his work in disaster areas in Chernobyl and Fukushima. Youth football coaches hope 'Heads Up' tackling technique will make the sport safer, plus much more.