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Raphael Sperry
Raphael Sperry is an architect based in San Francisco who heads Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility.
Matt Spetalnick
White House correspondent for Reuters News Service
Julie Spezia
Executive Director of Housing California , Sacramento advocate on housing and budget policy for homeless and low-income people; Prop. 1C board member
Mary Spicuzza
State government reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal
Alix Spiegel
Alix Spiegel has worked on NPR's Science Desk for ten years covering psychology and human behavior. She's also helped create 'Radiolab' and 'This American Life.'
Peter Spiegel
Brussels Bureau Chief for Financial Times; former senior national security correspondent for the Wall Street Journal; former Pentagon correspondent for the Los Angeles Times
Art Spiegelman
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and illustrator
Lois Spier Gray
Jean McKelvey/Alice Grant Professor of Labor Management Relations Emeritus at Cornell University; former researcher on SAG and AFTRA 's attempt to merge in 1960
Katherine Spiers
Food editor at KCET
Sydney Spiesel
Pediatrician and writer for Slate.com
Jonna Spilbor
Criminal Defense Attorney based in New York
Dean Spiliotes
Political scientist and civic scholar at Southern New Hampshire University; blogger at NHPoliticalCapital.com and author of Vicious Cycle : Presidential Decision Making in the American Political Economy
John Spillane
Chief Deputy District Attorney for Los Angeles County
Kevin Spillane
Spokesman for the No-On-93 campaign
Kathy Spillar
Executive Editor of Ms magazine and Executive Vice President of the Feminist Majority Foundation
Marcelo Spina
Co-principal of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, a design research architectural practice based in Los Angeles. 
James Spione
Independent documentary film director , who current project is Silenced: America’s War on Whistleblowers, his Incident in New Baghdad , was nominated in the Documentary Short Subject category at this year's Academy Awards
Dana Spiotta
American novelist
Spiritualized bring a string section to perform classic and new songs for Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Peter Spiro
Charles R. Weiner Professor of Law at Temple University and author of Beyond Citizenship : American Identity after Globalization; former clerk for Supreme Court Justice David Souter
Katie Spitz
Principal of the landscape-architecture firm Katherine Spitz Associates , which is a member of the team headed by Hargreaves Associates that has won the competition to design the Los Angeles State Historic Park at the Cornfield site in Chinatown (Team members also include Michael Maltzan Architecture and Arthur Golding and Associates)
Sarah Spitz
Eliot Spitzer
Attorney, political commentator and blogger ; former host of Viewpoint on Current TV; former Governor of New York (2007-2008)
Todd Spitzer
Chairman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors; former California Assemblyman
Don Spivack
Former Deputy Chief of Operations for the now-defunct  Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles
Austin’s finest, Spoon, return to perform songs from their newest recording on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Peter Spotts
Science and technology reporter for the Christian Science Monitor
Peter Sprigg
Vice President for Policy at the Family Research Council, a Christian organization
Lucy Spriggs
Store manager of Lawson-Fenning
Baker Spring
Research Fellow in National Security Policy at the Heritage Foundation , a conservative think-tank in Washington, DC
Robert Springborg
Professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School and co-author of Globalization and the Politics of Development in the Middle East ; former Director of the American Research Center in Egypt
Eric Springer
Chief Creative Officer of FCB West
Shira Springer
Reporter for the Boston Globe
Stephen Spruiell
Staff reporter for National Review
Morgan Spurlock
Documentary filmmaker
Jonathan Spyer
Senior Research Fellow at the Global Research in International Affairs Center, based in Herzliya, Israel; columnist at the Jerusalem Post and author of The Transforming Fire : The Rise of the Israel-Islamist Conflict
Moniker of English electronic music artist Tom Jenkinson
Chuck Squatriglia
Staff writer for Wired.com and editor of its Autopia blog
Jason Squire
Professor at USC's School of Cinematic Arts and author of The Movie Business Book
Peverill Squire
Professor of Political Science at the University of Iowa
Darry Sragow
Los Angeles-based lawyer and Democratic political consultant; former Campaign Director for the Assembly Democratic Caucus (1996)
Michael Sragow
Movie Critic for the Baltimore Sun
Ike Sriskandarajah
Independent radio producer
Edward St. Aubyn
British novelist
Edward St. Aubyn
British novelist
Stacy St. Clair
Reporter for the Chicago Tribune
Robert St. Genis
Director of Operations at the Los Angeles Short Term Rental Alliance and an Airbnb host in Downtown LA
David St. John
American poet and Professor of English at the University of Southern California
Paige St. John
Reporter for the Los Angeles Times
Ronald Bruce St. John
Political scientist and author of a number of books about Libya, including his latest, Libya : Continuity and Change and Libya: From Colony to Revolution
Allen St. Pierre
Executive Director of NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws
St. Vincent
Stage name of  American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Annie Erin Clark
Melissa Staas
Staff attorney for the Family Defense Center
Karen Stabiner
Expert on health, women’s and family issues; editor of The Empty Nest : 31 Parents Tell the Truth about Relationships, Love and Freedom After the Kids Fly the Coop
Judith Stacey
Professor of Sociology at New York University and author of Unhitched : Love, Marriage and Family Values from West Hollywood to Western China
Megan Stack
Former Cairo Bureau Chief, and incoming Moscow Bureau Chief, for the Los Angeles Times
Steven Stajich
Columnist for the Santa Monica Mirror
Michael Stajura
Army Vet who served from to 1995 to 2002
Rachel Stalcup
Director of Development at Habitat for Humanity in College Station, Texas
Sam Staley
Director of Urban Growth Policy at the Reason Foundation, a libertarian think-tank, and Managing Director of the DeVoe L. Moore Center at Florida State University in Tallahassee; co-author of The Road More Traveled : Why the Congestion Crisis Matters More Than You Think and What We Can Do About It and Mobility First : A New Vision for Transportation in a 21st Century Global Economy
Mark Stambler
Founder of the Los Angeles Bread Bakers, a leading advocate for the California Homemade Food Act
Mr. Stamens
Guerrilla gardener with LAGuerrillaGardening.org
Hillary Stamm
Assistant to the head of major studio and co-author of The Hollywood Assistants Handbook : 86 Rules for Aspiring Power Players
Norm Stamper
Retired Chief of Police for the Seattle Police Department (1994-2000); member of Law Enforcement against Prohibition
Amy Standen
Reporter for KQED’s Quest and California Report
Duane Stanford
Reporter who covers the Food, Beverage and Tobacco Industries for Bloomberg News; contributor to Businessweek
Dimitri Stanich
Public Information Officer for the California Air Resources Board
Joseph Stanislaw
Independent senior adviser for the Energy & Resources practice of Deloitte and co-author of The Commanding Heights : The Battle between Government and the Marketplace That Is Reshaping the Modern World
Eric Stanley
Chief Counsel for Liberty Counsel , a religious civil-liberties law firm, whose clients include Jerry Falwell and several pro-family organizations
Jay Stanley
Senior policy analyst with the American Civil Liberties Union's Technology and Liberty Program
Gareth Stansfield
Middle East expert and author
Teresa Stanton Collett
Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas School of Law
Andrew Stanton
Director, screenwriter, actor, producer and animator
Russ Stanton
Publisher, Editor of the Los Angeles Times
Sam Stanton
Reporter for the Sacramento Bee
Richard Stapler
A Yes-On-93 spokesman
Garrick Staples
Computer systems administrator
Dean Starkman
Managing Editor of The Audit , the business press section of the Columbia Journalism Review
Tim Starks
Intelligence reporter for Congressional Quarterly
Bryan Starr
Senior vice president of Government Affairs for the Orange County Business Council
Frederick Starr
Chairman of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, a think-tank in Washington, DC and research professor at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies
Kevin Starr
Professor of History at the University of Southern California and author of the seven-volume series Americans and the California Dream , including Golden Dreams : California in an Age of Abundance, 1950-1963, winner of the 2010 Los Angeles Times Book Prize; State Librarian Emeritus of California
Martin Starr
Actor known for his roles on Freaks and Geeks, Party Down, and HBO's Silicon Valley
Stars of Track and Field
Indie pop band from Montreal, Canada
Starsailor bring their fleet of musicians to cruise through new material on Morning Becomes Eclectic.
Jason Statham
British actor
Benjamin Statler
Filmmaker; director of 'Soaked in Bleach'
Chris Staudinger
Chris is a captain traveling the world on a next-to-no money and teaching others how to do the same.
Mathew Staver
Founder and Director of Liberty Counsel and Dean of the Liberty School of Law
Matthew Staver
Dean and professor of law at Liberty University law school and founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, a Christian legal advocacy group based in Orlando that supports efforts to stop gay marriage and abortion.
Robert Stavins
Professor of Business and Government at the Harvard Kennedy School
Barry Stavro
NBA Editor for the Los Angeles Times
Peter Stearns
Provost at George Mason University, and a social historian who has researched protests. Author of many books, including 1848: The Revolutionary Tide in Europe.  
Roy Stearns
Deputy Director of Communications for the California State Park System
Beth Steckler
Policy Director, Livable Places; a non-profit housing developer and policy organization
Emily Steel
Staff writer for the Wall Street Journal
Ronald Steel
Professor of International Relations at the University of Southern California
Shawn Steel
National committeeman and former chairman of the California Republican Party ; board secretary and former director of the California Club for Growth , an organization which supports the Reagan vision of limited government and lower taxes
Shelby Steele
Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, specializing in the study of race, multiculturalism and American political culture; author of A Bound Man : Why We Are Excited about Obama and Why He Can't Win

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