Pacific Standard Time will be a massive, six-month-long celebration of the LA art scene from the end of World War II until 1980, when artists, musicians and architects who now have international reputations started from scratch to create a free-wheeling alternative to the culture of New York City. We hear what's in store. Also, Phase Two of Metro's Expo Line gets under way in Santa Monica, and is last week's blackout a portent for the future of San Diego? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, voter ID and the "Battle Before the Battle."
'Pacific Standard Time' Getting Ready to Launch
From this Episode:
A City Transfixed by the Future Looks Back at the Past
Pacific Standard Time is so big it's hard to get your mind around it. But you'll have plenty of time, since it's scheduled to start on the first of October and some...
Follow-up from the Power Outage in San Diego
Last Thursday, the southwest US learned that the electrical power grid is a lot more fragile than anybody, including executives of major utilities, ever suspected.
Is There a War on Voting Rights?
Democrats and Republicans know that every vote counts, especially in a divided nation. All over the country, Republicans in state capitols are passing laws to limit what...