Recently on Take Two
Calculating the real cost of the government shutdown; End of shutdown brings life and tourism back to National Parks; Keeping the dying art of hand-painted billboards alive in Los Angeles; Director Kimberly Peirce on resurrecting the classic horror film 'Carrie'; Exemption to ACA could leave many Native Americans uninsured; What you need to know about Medicare open enrollment, plus much more.
What would happen if the US government were to default?; Biggest roadblocks to Asian mental health may come from within; The Band's Robbie Robertson on the music that changed the world; Study shows anti-gay sentiment is underestimated; The struggle over Bitcoin's future; Sports Roundup: Dodgers must win, Puig under fire; App Chat: Guilt-free entertainment for your kids, plus much more.
Supreme Court to hear arguments in Michigan affirmative action case; Why aren't the NFL's first minority Super Bowl winners in the Hall Of Fame?; Marine base expansion in Joshua Tree faces opposition; DNA from LA area immigrants could solve painful mysteries from Guatemala's civil war; The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta's fragile ecology, plus much more.
The LA Times reports more than a thousand of LA's older, concrete buildings are at risk of collapse when an earthquake strikes; Die-hard Dodgers fans talk about their pre-game rituals and superstitions; Central Valley farmworker who are close to fresh food, yet struggle to find some to put on their own tables; Meet the agent who casts laugh tracks for a living; Congressman Adam Schiff about the ongoing government shutdown; KPCC's Erika Aguilar on the growing questions of safety on USC's campus; and more.
The latest bills to be signed by Gov. Jerry Brown; Budget standoff turns off the tap on craft brewers; Friday Flashback: Paul Ryan, John Boehner's approval rating and more; 'Escape From Tomorrow' director on filming under Disney's nose; Richard Buckner on his new album 'Surrounded', plus much more.
How is Wall Street reacting to the government shutdown?; LA Mayor Eric Garcetti looks back at his first 100 days in office; Shutdown puts scientists' Antarctica research on ice; Downtown LA's Grand Park celebrates its 1st anniversary; Nobel Prize in Literature goes to Canadian writer Alice Munro, plus much more.