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EpisodeStarting over
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I buy one of those organizer apps to make a to-do list of things I want to put into my other organizer app and I keep track of all of it using a notebook and a pen. So yeah, I’m writing.
Episode Troff documentLatest Wednesday Broadcast
The latest Wednesday broadcast of All Things Considered.
Episode Troff documentTrump signs order banning family separations, so what's next?
Today President Trump signed an executive order banning family separations at the border. His “zero tolerance” immigration policy caused the separations in the first place. It’s been an explosive political issue, with even the first lady urging her husband to change course.
Episode“Shut up and stop doing things.”
That’s the advice you should be getting from your lawyer if you’re under investigation.
Episode object codeLove Means Zero
A Grand Slam of an interview with tennis coaching legend Nick Bollettieri. [Explicit Content]
EpisodeLAPD releases edited use of force video, voluntarily
The LAPD is out with a new video that details the actions of its officers leading up to the death of man in police custody.
EpisodeWhen Artistic Inspiration Becomes Obsession
Goldman talks about artists’ fascinations that turn into obsession.
Episode Troff documentBrown water, murky oversight
If you sit down with residents who live in the south L.A. communities of Compton and Willowbrook, there is a good chance clean water would be a topic of conversation. Many are complaining about brown-colored water coming out of their taps and a foul odor. The water in that area is overseen by a relatively unknown agency, which maintains the water is safe to drink. But not everyone is buying that, including one local member of Congress.
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The latest Tuesday broadcast of All Things Considered.
Episode D source codeMorphosis designs OCMA, is childhood overdesigned?
Orange County Museum of Art gets new a museum designed by Morphosis Architects, and it tips its hat at Richard Serra’s “Connector.” Will it bring urban life to suburban Costa Mesa? And design critic Alexandra Lange explores “good” toys and playgrounds and wonders if children would be just as free and creative if left to play with a cardboard box.
EpisodeWhat happens to kids separated from their parents at the border?
Some 2000 immigrant kids have been separated from their families at the border. Their parents could be deported while they remain here. It’s becoming more difficult to find relatives to take them in because they, too, are afraid of being deported.
EpisodeWhat the age of merger mania means for television
After a judge gave the official go-ahead to the AT&T-Time Warner merger last week, the race is on for other media companies to combine in an effort to gain scale.
Episode Troff documentThe battle over water in Santa Barbara's high desert
In California, we talk a lot about water: where it comes from, how much we need, and when it’ll dry up. In the Cuyama Valley, which sits in the high desert between Santa Barbara and Bakersfield, “drying up” isn’t just an abstract fear. Cuyama is a farming town that’s pumping its water faster than the rain replaces it. Now, the community must come together and figure out a way forward before there’s nothing left.
Episode Octet StreamReintroducing grizzly bears to coastal California
Today's North American grizzly bears are mostly found in the remote mountains of Montana, Wyoming, and Alaska, but back in the 1800s, coastal California was prime grizzly country. Brown bears were some common in the coastal ranges that they were known as the “chaparral bear.” Now, a group of Californians wants to reintroduce them to the state, but not everyone’s on board.
Episode application/x-internet-signupSnapchat is leaving Venice, but its imprint remains
Description: Snapchat is shedding its startup feel and moving into a big campus in Santa Monica. But has Venice changed, for good?
Episode Octet StreamGrace of the Sea
Luis Gutierrez Sanchez, also known as "Grace of the Sea," has been living in a garage in South LA for six years. He sells bacon-wrapped, pineapple-stuffed hot dogs on a street corner a few blocks away to make a living. Miraculously good at finding beauty in dark places, he tells his story of surviving as a gay undocumented immigrant in Los Angeles.
Episode ECMAScript programSouth Orange County Still Mum on Homeless Sites
Non-committal by region's mayors on federal judge mandate irritates rest of OC.
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The latest Monday broadcast of All Things Considered.
EpisodeHow to keep your aging body in tip-top shape
We discover tips from elite athletes who are testing the latest diets and technologies. We find out what’s snake oil, and what’s useful.
Episode Troff documentThe link between weight and guilt
The feelings of guilt are complex and seemingly tied to our perceptions of weight.
EpisodeThe Water Show
Water may be the essence of life but it’s subject to near-constant misuse. Journalist Mark Arax profiles a couple running a water monopoly in the Central Valley. A once abundant Cambodian lake is in decline, leaving fisherman and half the population scrambling for fish. We’ve heard of using less water but what about eating less water? And Mark Gold (Jonathan’s brother) shares tips on water conservation in LA.
For all its repetitiveness, and frantic silliness, “Tag” ends up being good fun, with an unexpectedly sweet spirit that stays with you.
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The latest Friday broadcast of All Things Considered.
EpisodeWhen Trump Met Kim
President Trump feels good about the summit and the agreement he signed with Kim Jong-Un, but does it mean anything?
Episode C headerAs a director, Simon Baker rides the waves and takes a ‘Breath’
After seven seasons starring in the CBS series ‘The Mentalist,’ Simon Baker made his feature directing debut with the coming-of-age film, ‘Breath.’ Shot in part in the wild waters off the West Coast of Australia, ‘Breath’ stars two teenagers who had never acted, but were excellent surfers. Baker tells us how compared to surfing, acting is the easy part.
EpisodeCalifornia and feds clash over immigration
In some cases, when Customs and Border Patrol agents catch an immigrant wanted for a crime, they’re deporting the suspect back to their home countries.
EpisodeSanta Barbara's top surfer Conner Coffin lays down new tracks
Conner Coffin is no longer a teenage surfer impressing the locals at Rincon Beach. He’s now ranked as the 16th best surfer in the world, and the only Santa Barbara local in the men’s World Surf League. He’s trying to qualify for the Tokyo Summer Olympics in 2020 -- when surfing will make its debut. But his love of surfing is matched with a love of something else: music. Flexing his guitar and singing skills, Coffin just released a new record of classic rock covers.
EpisodeEon McLeary and Manuel Ruiz: The Work
The documentary filmmaker and a former prisoner discuss the film about a group therapy program in one of the most infamous prisons in the United States.
Episode C headerA jolt for Tesla, a learning moment for tech.
California-based automaker Tesla announced this week that it will be laying off a slice of its workforce. It comes amid concerns about the production levels of their newer Model 3 sedan, ordered by hundreds of thousands, yet produced at a snail’s pace. Can CEO Elon Musk turn things around?
EpisodeKimiyo Mishima and Shomei Tomatsu at Nonaka-Hill
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about post-war Japanese art at a new gallery.

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