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Video game 'Donut County' gets at the heart of L.A.'s gentrification wars




An image from the video game,
An image from the video game, "Donut County."
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On today's show:

'Donut County' is a game, but gentrification isn't

(Starts at 8:15)

The video game by designer Ben Esposito manages to combine fun with one of the most pressing issues facing American cities, including Los Angeles. Esposito chats with The Frame's John Horn. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jei2tYpNvcw

What is Megyn Kelly's future on TV?

(Starts at :45)

After her disastrous comments about the use of blackface, the morning show host may not return to her program. What does that mean for NBC's $69 million investment?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXCzo4wL_0s

THE L.A. PHILHARMONIC'S 100TH ANNIVERSARY, IN PERSPECTIVE (part 2)

(Starts at 19:15)

Music critics Mark Swed (Los Angeles Times) and Alex Ross (The New Yorker) have been following the Philharmonic for many years. They continue their chat with The Frame's John Horn about the orchestra's past, present and future.