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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.
President Obama heads to San Francisco for fundraising events; Glendale is criticized for nixing Spanish and Korean-language ballots; What Angelenos in 1988 got right and wrong about LA life in 2013; Student veterans look for a place of their own; The best and worst baseball movies of all time, and much more.
Today on the show, we'll look at student veterans as they struggle to go back to school and move on with their lives; Residents of Hinkley, Ca are moving away in droves due to continued toxicity; OC Register's university ad deal raises ethics and credibility questions; What does it mean for our state capitol if the Sacramento Kings move to Seattle? Plus much more.