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Good tidings & last minute food guidings from the LA Times test kitchen

Good tidings & last minute food guidings from the LA Times test kitchen

Before a recipe for turducken, bacon-maple biscuits or magical honey cakes can grace the pages of the Los Angeles Times it gets tested, tasted, tweaked and re-tested in their spacious test kitchen. Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Justice Sandra O’Connor talks about her legacy

Justice Sandra O’Connor talks about her legacy

Justice Sandra Day O’Connor was the first woman on the U.S. Supreme Court and she was the tiebreaking vote on landmark cases such as Bush v. Gore. What she experienced there has made her a crusader for civics education. The Justice joins Patt to walk through what she believes will be her greatest legacy, <a [...]

Did California Democrats manipulate the state’s Citizens Redistricting Commission?

Did California Democrats manipulate the state’s Citizens Redistricting Commission?

Every ten years, new district lines are drawn in California—lines that directly influence which politicians end up representing the state in the U.S. Senate and House, among other things. In recent history, these lines have been drawn by the California State Legislature, but in 2008, Proposition 11 changed this process and put redistricting in the [...]

Fixing online reputations, is it doable?

Fixing online reputations, is it doable?

The last time you applied for a job, you probably made sure that your Facebook profile was viewable only to your friends. You most likely “detagged” any unflattering pictures of you doing anything that could be seen as wild, such as drinking or even just being at a bar. You probably aren’t even a party [...]

The Airtalk Play-by-Play

The Airtalk Play-by-Play

Larry and local theater critics Steven Leigh Morris and Don Shirley look back at the year’s on-stage offerings and talk about what was hot, what was not and what performances they recommend you see during the holidays. They'll be discussing 2011's hits such as "God of Carnage," as well as the plays that are currently [...]

Holiday music at its best – and worst

Holiday music at its best – and worst

Christmas music… entire stops on the radio dial are devoted to it for at least a month every year. Record stores have entire sections full of it. It inspires delight and sometimes loathing, depending on your faith and musical preferences. Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

You shouldn’t have, really (worst gifts ever)

You shouldn’t have, really (worst gifts ever)

The holidays mean different things to different people. To some, it’s a deeply spiritual time. For others, it’s all about getting together with friends and family. To most of us, fair or not, the holidays also mean – PRESENTS! Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Kathleen Turner turns up the heat in “Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins”

Kathleen Turner turns up the heat in “Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins”

Sass, spunk, and talent are three traits that actress Kathleen Turner shares with the late Molly Ivins, who died of breast cancer in 2007. Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Screenwriter, novelist, commentator John Ridley on upcoming film "Red Tails"

Screenwriter, novelist, commentator John Ridley on upcoming film "Red Tails"

John Ridley, it’s fair to say, is a modern day Renaissance man. As a screenwriter he’s best known for films like "U-Turn," "Three Kings" and "Undercover Brother," a hilarious spoof about a low-rent private eye with a seriously ‘70s sense of style complete with impressive Afro. Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Comedy Congress: live from the Crawford Family Forum

Comedy Congress: live from the Crawford Family Forum

As far as political humor is concerned, what’s the gift that keeps on giving? The presidential primaries, of course. Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs