NAACP Questioned, Chefs on Film & Sklars on Sports

Before Clippers owner Donald Sterling was banned from the NBA over racist remarks, he was supposed to receive a lifetime achievement award from the Los Angeles NAACP next month. Now people are questioning why the NAACP didn’t cut ties with Sterling earlier. With the upcoming release of the film Chef, KCRW’s “Good Food” host Evan Kleiman says most movies get it wrong when it comes to what it’s like to work in the kitchen. Aside from the Donald Sterling scandal, it’s been a huge week for LA sports; we get a roundup from the Sklar Brothers. And what ever happened with the “Heartbleed” bug that was threatened to doom the internet?

Banner Image: Clyde Davis holds a sign before the NBA playoff game 5 between Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California April 29, 2014. The National Basketball Association on Tuesday banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling from the game for life and fined him $2.5 million for racist comments that drew a storm of outrage from players, fans, commercial sponsors and even President Barack Obama. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni