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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
  • Today on the show, U.S. officials announce new rules for H1B visas. Then, Chinese online marketplace, Alibaba, is set to offer its IPO. Then, Stanford announces divestment from coal, the Guardian ranks L.A. as the city with the best urban brand, high-speed rail plan brings up concerns of Valley Fever, the latest in sports and more.
  • 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
  • Prizewinning author and KPCC radio host Sandra Tsing Loh presents "The B**** is Back: An All-Too Intimate Evening" at The Edye. Inspired by her best-selling memoir "The Madwoman in the Volvo: My Year of Raging Hormones," Loh's solo comedy show is a humorous roller-coaster ride through menopause … and back.
  • 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.
  • The 21-year-old singer who prefers to remain anonymous is nominated for Album of the Year and Best New Artist; NBC Universal joins the crowded field of streaming services; the Spanish singer Rosalía is putting a fresh spin on flamenco.
  • Off-Ramp host John Rabe and Orson Welles expert R.H. Greene celebrate the 75th anniversary of the greatest radio broadcast of all time.
  • Though the November election is still fresh in our minds, it’s already time for L.A. voters to turn their attention back to the ballot box. That’s because there’s not one but two elections coming up this spring.
  • 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.
  • President Trump is expected to sign an executive order today that calls on the government to 'buy American, hire American' whenever possible - we debate the pros & cons and its impact on the H-1B visa program. We'll also take a look at a new bill attempting to reform California's bail system; whether baseball is too boring; and more.
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