Luke Burbank

Too Beautiful to Live

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Co-host of the podcast Too Beautiful to Live

Luke Burbank on KCRW

Let’s be honest here: The rain is freaking us out. It’s coming down in sheets sometimes; we don’t know how to drive in it; we don’t know what to wear or where we put our umbrellas.

Rain Lessons for L.A.

Let’s be honest here: The rain is freaking us out. It’s coming down in sheets sometimes; we don’t know how to drive in it; we don’t know what to wear or where we put our umbrellas.

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