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  • Puzzlemaster Will Shortz challenges listeners to puzzles and word ames. 7:20 This week's on-air puzzle player lives in Vero Beach, Florida and listens to QCS, Fort Pi
  • Is your signature on a petition public or private?; An update on water legislation in Sacramento; NPR's ombudsman hears from KPCC listeners; gubernatorial candidate Steve Poizner; Miriam Pawel discusses the UFW, and her book "The Union of Their Dreams"; the director of "The President's Own" U.S. Marine Band
  • GAIL GODWIN continued. Rock critic KEN TUCKER reviews "Love Will Go All The Way" (MCG label) by Lee Williams and the Spiritual QC's.12:58:30 NEXT SHOW PROMO (:29) PROMO COPY On the next Fresh Air. . . writer GAIL GODWIN (GOD-win). Her new novel "Evensong" is about one woman's search for spirituality. That's all coming up on the next Fresh Air.
  • El 17 de junio, la reportera de la primera infancia de KPCC/LAist, Mariana Dale, fue la anfitriona de una conversación sincera entre los proveedores de cuidado infantil y los responsables de la toma de decisiones sobre la primera infancia.
  • Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero are an acoustic guitar duo from Mexico. Their music is built on harnessing the flash, power, and speed of death metal and filtering it through the passion, soul, technique, and discipline of nuevo flamenco.
  • With their “singular, passionate, and purposeful voices” (NPR), Venezuelan singer Betsayda Machado and the multigenerational band of musicians and dancers La Parranda El Clavo take the stage for the final concert of the season.
  • The Y2K problem has been a source of inspiration for songwriters. All Things Considered presents its top FOUR choices for the best millennium bug songs: Number 4 -- "Year 2K, Oy Vey", by the Spinal Crackers; Number 3 -- "WHY Y2K" by the Digitones of California; Number 2 -- "The Millenium Bug" by Terry Breen; and Number 1 -- "" by Samsonite & Delight-ya.
  • Himesh Patel stars as a struggling musician who awakens one day to a world where only he remembers the songs of The Beatles; Ann Sarnoff is named head of Warner Bros. studio.
  • This Women’s History Month, come to the Skirball for its second annual celebration of women who march forth. In the face of adversity, these women find their voices, inspiring diverse communities to work together for a more just, inclusive, and equitable society.
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