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President Obama is heading to Panama to attend the Summit of the Americas, but after last time, what sort of reception can he expect from the other leaders?
This week on Impatient, advice on shopping for medical care, physician assisted suicide in California and whether the state will outlaw exemptions for vaccinations.
Ben Gibbard sits down with Take Two's Alex Cohen to talk about his relationship with Southern California, former bandmate Chris Walla and more.
This week on Tuesday Reviewsday, music journalist Steve Hochman joins Alex Cohen in the studio to talk about the best in new music releases.
Director Hal Hartley talks about his latest film 'Ned Rifle,' how it fits into his trilogy of films and what it was like working with Aubrey Plaza.
Bug reducing light bulbs, moon madness and squeaky serenades, these are all topics on this week's Lab Notes with Sanden Totten.
On April 4th Johnny Mathis is performing at Walt Disney Concert Hall. It's his first time at the venue, and he's excited to be performing there, but he's a bit nervous.
Tinder for dogs, Uber for valet and haven't you always wished that you could order a trainer through an app? No? Well, one company thought that it was a good idea.
Last week, California's Senate Health Committee passed a bill which would legalize physician-assisted suicide. What happens next?
Last week, Los Angeles rapper Kendrick Lamar released one of the most anticipated album's of the year called 'To Pimp A Butterfly.' But is it any good?
Eight years. That's the length of time a president might serve, or for fans of the band Modest Mouse, it's how long they've had to wait for a new LP. That wait's finally over.
This weekend, two of X's members, John Doe and Exene Cervenka, will perform an acoustic set at the First Unitarian Church of L.A.
A new line item in the President's budget eliminates the possibility that tax payer money could be used to fund new sports stadiums and arenas. Could it pass?
From manipulating morality to making your March Madness bracket, we're going to look at some new and fascinating science in our weekly segment, Lab Notes.
What do you do when you're a resident of California and you can't get the right health care through the state? SCPR's Rebecca Plevin has the answer.