Roger Rudick

Roger Rudick

Independent Producer

Roger Rudick is a journalist and writer based in Los Angeles. His novel, “Story of a Comfort Girl,” is available on Amazon.

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Protests against Common Core standards for California public schools are building. It's not the goals of critical thinking and analytical skills, but the tests.

What Can California Learn from Louis CK about Common Core?

Protests against Common Core standards for California public schools are building. It's not the goals of critical thinking and analytical skills, but the tests.

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As Deputy Executive Officer for Environmental Compliance Services for Metro, Cris Liban’s job is to find ways to save energy in the subway. “My staff and I were standing one…

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As Deputy Executive Officer for Environmental Compliance Services for Metro, Cris Liban’s job is to find ways to save energy in the subway. “My staff and I were standing one…

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Union Station in downtown LA's being prepared to connect with high-speed rail. But political and legal issues stand in the way...

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Union Station in downtown LA's being prepared to connect with high-speed rail. But political and legal issues stand in the way...

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