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Fracking efforts in the Monterey shale hits a snag; Millions of Japanese cars recalled because of faulty air bags; Indio city leaders are eager to capitalize on the Coachella festival’s succes; Fashion designer Trina Turk mines the Coachella festival for inspiration, and much more.
Today, we'll get an update on the immigration reform debate in DC; What could Obama's 2014 fiscal budget mean for student loan debt?; Retired NBA player John Amaechi on sexual identity in pro sports, and much more.
How California is turning unusually windy days into green power; Emily Rapp discusses her memoir "Still Point of the Turning World"; Tuesday Reviewsday takes a look ahead to Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival; Vandals strike again in Joshua Tree National Park; San Bernardino eyes bankruptcy as city officials resign, plus much more.
The U.S. Senate returns from recess to consider proposals for gun control; Julia Sweeney's discusses her new memoir "If It's Not One Thing It's Your Mother"; Announcing the winner of the Public Radio Bracket Madness; Why is Hollywood leaving sex scenes on the cutting room floor?; Filmmaker Eugene Jarecki addresses drug law reform in Sacramento, and much more.
Reflections on the life and legacy of film critic Roger Ebert; California considers instituting official guidelines for fracking; Mexican cowboys practice their vaquero traditions in Los Angeles; Magicians prepare for their Academy Awards show, and much more.
Why the U.S. oil boom hasn't lowered gas price at the pump; 'Tattoo Nation' explores body art's rise from taboo to commonplace; 'Laugh In' announcer Gary Owens weighs in on 'Tonight Show''s move to New York; UCLA scientists test possible 'cure' for meth addiction, and much more.