The Downtown Central Market goes back to 1917, and nobody quite knows how it's lasted so long. Old-timers are nervous about any change, but even an icon has to keep up with the neighborhood. We hear about maintaining the old while introducing the new — very carefully. Also, we haven't forgotten LA's election day, which also might have a prolonged life. The official vote count could be delayed long enough to hamper the new Mayor's preparation for handling tough challenges on July 1.
On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Washington is preoccupied with "scandals" involving diplomats, reporters' phone records and political inquiries from the IRS. Is the President's second-term agenda in trouble? Are the news media looking for drama?
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