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Young Quentin Tarantino loved all movies, every kind. And that passion grew from a tiny video rental shop in Manhattan Beach.
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Ep. 2 Dogs who hang around the reservoirEntertainment
Out of work and broke, Tarantino spent his time writing. And writing. Rejected for being “too vile!” or “too vulgar!” he finally got his big break – Reservoir Dogs.
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Young Creators Project: Photographer Sophie Weil captures concert thrillsArts
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KCRW showcases young visual artist Sterling Molldrem. The 17-year-old muralist talks about his painting “BALI.”