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Striking a 'Pose' for 1980s ball culture

Dominique Jackson plays Elektra in the FX series,
Dominique Jackson plays Elektra in the FX series, "Pose."
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Here's the lineup for today's show:

Striking a "Pose" for '80s ball culture

(Starts at 9:15)

The new FX series explores the glamorous house ball scene in 1980s New York City. The "houses" are self-selected families made up of ostracized LGBTQ youth, and led, for the most part, by trans-women known as "house mothers."  The show features more transgender actors in series regular roles than any scripted series in television history.

Guest: Steven Canals, series co-creator

Why is the Pasadena Museum of California Art shutting down?

(Starts at 1:14)

The museum was founded in 2002 by Robert and Arlene Oltman in a building that they commissioned and in which they live. Though the museum has a solid reputation for presenting exhibitions on a wide range of art from California, the board of directors recently voted to shut down this fall.

Guest: James Crawford, board chairman, Pasadena Museum of California Art

A baseball player's secret double play

(Starts at 20:46)

In "The Catcher Was a Spy," Paul Rudd plays Moe Berg, a major league baseball player who lived a double life  as a spy for the Office of Strategic Services during World War II.  

Guest: Ben Lewin, director of "The Catcher Was a Spy"