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Bangkok Market sells ingredients from around the world. That variety draws all sorts of shoppers to the market: Asians, Latinos, hipsters, and exciting new chefs.
Bangkok Market sells ingredients from around the world. That variety draws all sorts of shoppers to the market: Asians, Latinos, hipsters, and exciting new chefs.
Doriane Raiman for NPR

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We look at what happened in California politics this week. Plus, how the Southern California Edison tower may have been involved in the Saddleridge fire that broke out a week ago. And, how to shop L.A.'s Thai markets.

State of Affairs

A recap of what happened this week in California politics.

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Cal State University Formerly Incarcerated Students

Cal State Fullerton is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its support service for enrolled students who've served time in prison. The low-cost, off-campus house is touted as one-of-a-kind:

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Pharmacist Cheating

The L.A. Times shed light this week on a cheating scandal that has shaken the traditionally quiet pharmacy industry in California. State officials have invalidated more than 1,000 pharmacists’ test scores because of cheating on a state licensing exam, and many say they have lost wages and job opportunities as a result.

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Food Friday: Thai markets

For this week's edition of Food Friday, we learn how to shop at a Thai market.

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Weekend Preview

Our picks for the best things to do in Southern California this weekend.

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