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Inside the artist's studio with Ed Ruscha

Artist Ed Ruscha in his Culver City studio.
Artist Ed Ruscha in his Culver City studio.

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On today's show:

Ed Ruscha has a way with words

(Starts at 9:00)

His signature works are paintings that reproduce words, but during this tour of his studio with John Horn, the artist speaks plainly and eloquently for himself.

Another milestone TV moment in American history                                         

(Starts at 1:30)

Syracuse University media professor Robert Thompson talks with guest host John Rabe about the historic nature of the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. 

A rising star in Cuban jazz  

(Starts at 20:26)

The 34-year-old pianist Dayramir Gonzalez was the first Cuban national to receive the prestigious presidential scholarship from the Berklee School of Music in Boston. He’s a rising star with humble beginnings and a solid music education. The Frame contributor Betto Arcos profiles Gonzalez.