The Great Park in the City of Irvine was supposed to rival Griffith Park in Los Angeles and Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Today a judge ruled that Irvine can't have $1.4 billion. It's all about Governor Brown's abolition of redevelopment agencies to pay for public schools. Does that mean the Great Park won't be so great? What about projects in other cities? Also, does the Los Angeles Art World have a distinctive voice? We hear about the Hammer Museum's biennial, which begins tomorrow. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Obama the Warrior in a new kind of war.
Banner image: Rendering of OC Great Park