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Lakers President Jeanie Buss stops by KPCC to speak with Take Two co-host A. Martinez about the future of the franchise.
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Lakers President Jeanie Buss stops by KPCC to speak with Take Two co-host A. Martinez about the future of the franchise.

How feminism is defined today, a look at the future for the Los Angeles Lakers with President Jeanie Buss, a preview of the Women's World Cup Final.

The U.S.-Japan rematch is sure to be a boom for local sports bars.
They weren’t deadheads about their money.
If you're going to a potluck or a barbecue this Fourth of July think about bringing a Cherbluble. That's three pies baked inside of a three layer cake!
How should feminism be defined today? Is it a concept that we still even need? Where are we these days in the battle for equal rights for women?
Lakers President Jeanie Buss on Kobe Bryant's legacy, and how the storied franchise plans to bounce back
Friday marks the 30th anniversary of the release of Back to the Future. See an almost perfect replica of the Delorean used in the film.
Nearly a decade ago, singer Amy Winehouse took the world by storm with the release of her second album, Back To Black and the single Rehab.
On this week's State of Affairs, Governor Brown signs vaccination bill, new state laws go into effect, and the Supreme Court takes up CA teacher's suit.
KPCC's social media producer Kristen Lepore joins us to talk fun things to do on the cheap. This weekend: Fireworks, a pool party and Romeo and Juliet remixed.
Look up in the sky tonight and you will notice it's a full moon, which means it's time for David Kipen to come on to talk about the latest in literary news.
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