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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.
  • Join us as we celebrate public radio’s unique ways of keeping us connected and informed, dazzled and entertained, with a year of live shows featuring some of the most legendary and innovative creators in the public media landscape. From the nostalgic to the new, from the traditional to the experimental, we’ve got it covered.
  • 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.
  • Join the L.A. Conservancy for the 33rd season of Last Remaining Seats, their summer series of classic films in historic theatres!
  • Rare Books LA produces rare book fairs and specialty educational events throughout Southern California to promote interest in and preservation of rare books and related material. Rare Books LA - Santa Monica runs October 1 - 3, 2021.
  • Academy Award-winner Olympia Dukakis (Moonstruck) is Grace, a woman of few words and the aunt of Kemp, who—after 30 years—has traveled cross-country to be with her on her deathbed.
  • The event displays the talent of 100+ artists who, using smart phones, have made art. The exhibit includes the still mostly unrecognized genre of software-based art.
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