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Take Two® FOR February 23, 2018

LAist becomes a part of the KPCC family, music touched by the holocaust comes to LA, a history of food trucks

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Expanding past the radio dial and welcoming LAist to the KPCC family, a violinist's ties with the holocaust, the history of chuckwagons...the original food trucks. See full episode >
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