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Take Two® FOR February 22, 2018

Orange County's Santa Ana river trail clearing out, LA's rich gospel history, California's gold rush uncovered

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The challenges of clearing homeless from the Santa Ana River trail, touring a new exhibit at the California African-American Museum, recovering gold from a shipwreck. See full episode >
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