Covered California numbers, Coachella kids, John Turturro and more

Today on the show, we'll start with the latest Covered California and how insurance agents are helping sign people up. Then, Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jennifer Hartman joins us to talk about her experience and the anticipation of returning to the finish line again. Plus, John Turturro takes on intimacy with comedy in 'Fading Gigolo,' Brokechella: Where Angelenos can get their music fix this weekend, and much more.
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