Charter-Time Warner deal, CA foster care, Tuesday Reviewsday
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What the Charter Time Warner deal means for TV in Southern California, a check-in on foster care in California, this week in new music.
Charter Communications has made a deal to buy Time Warner Cable, making it the largest pay-TV service in Southern California.
Several homes and highways have been flooded and many families remained displaced.
Norris and Bellringer say they found the system so problematic that they almost scrapped their foster care plans. But a conversation with a social worker changed their minds.
Oliver Wang from Soul-Sides and music supervisor Morgan Rhodes join A Martinez in the studio for Take Two's weekly new music installment – Tuesday Reviewsday.
If Elon Musk gets his way, someday we could all be moving to Mars on one of his Space X rockets, and driving his Tesla electric cars.
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The $3 million space is specifically designed to help San Francisco's poor and homeless adults and children learn more about technology.