- Newsmaker: California Election Day Conundrum
Traditionally, as election day draws closer, more voters make up their minds. In this year-s race for Governor, the reverse is true. Mark DiCamillo, Director of the Field Poll, explains the odd trend, attitudes about the direction of California politics and the remarkable increase in -undecided- voters. He also offers some surprising data on the hypothetical and/or write-in candidacy of former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Boyle Heights, the Ellis Island of the West Coast
Through the years, Boyle Heights has been called a West Coast Ellis Island, inhabited, in turn, by Jews, Japanese, Mexicans, and Italians. It also has a substantial population of African Americans. This Sunday, the Japanese American National Museum mounts -Boyle Heights: the Power of Place.- Associate Curator Sojin Kim elaborates on the photographs, artifacts and letters that make up the multi-cultural exhibit.