Giuliana Mayo

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The world’s only flying deep-space telescope zigzags over the Pacific, taking images from a hole in the side of the plane. The program is set to end this fall.

Plane-turned-observatory collects data on our neighbors in space

The world’s only flying deep-space telescope zigzags over the Pacific, taking images from a hole in the side of the plane. The program is set to end this fall.

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The Hollywood Bowl celebrates its centennial this July. KCRW looks at its origin story and legacy in LA. Listeners also share their favorite experiences there.

How Hollywood Bowl connects music lovers, from end of WWI to COVID

The Hollywood Bowl celebrates its centennial this July. KCRW looks at its origin story and legacy in LA. Listeners also share their favorite experiences there.

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In Oxnard, some residents are pushing for the development of new housing, while others are against it.

Oxnard’s housing crunch looks a little different from rest of CA

In Oxnard, some residents are pushing for the development of new housing, while others are against it.

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