LACMA’s Michael Govan, and the Big-Eyed Children Art Fraud

We start with newly elected L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl on her priorities and the challenges ahead. Then LACMA Director Michael Govan joins us to discuss billionaire Jerry Perenchio’s jaw-dropping gift to the museum: an art collection valued at $500 million. We hear the latest in sports from our regular comedy-sports duo the Sklar Brothers. Forty-year California Congressman Henry Waxman reacts to this week’s elections and talks about what’s ahead for him after retiring from D.C. And finally, the strange story of artist Walter Keane, his wife Margaret, and one of the biggest art frauds of the 20th century.

Banner Image: Chris Burden's art at LACMA "Urban Light"