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Take Two captures the spirit of the West in a conversational, informal, witty style and examines the cultural issues people are buzzing about.

Take Two captures the spirit of the West in a conversational, informal, witty style and examines the cultural issues people are buzzing about.
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Pasadena, CA

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Take Two captures the spirit of the West in a conversational, informal, witty style and examines the cultural issues people are buzzing about.

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@taketwo

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English

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KPCC,474 South Raymond Avenue Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 583-5100


Episodes

State of Affairs, Parent Trigger Law and A Tame Fire Season

8/23/2019
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Four in ten Republicans say they support President Trump's populist version of the GOP. So says a USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll. Meanwhile, the San Diego GOP launches a news site of its own. Plus, a unique program at UC Merced has created a pipeline for first-generation American and students of color to careers in research.

Duration:00:48:17

Chad Mayes and California Attitudes Towards Republicans, Car Emissions Deal, The History of Waste Management

8/22/2019
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What Chad Mayes learned about Californians' attitudes toward Republicans, California's emissions deal picks up new allies, history of waste management.

Duration:00:48:25

Chinook Salmon, Kayaking The LA River, On The Lot

8/21/2019
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The endangered Chinook-Salmon's existence is in jeopardy, What it's like to kayak the LA River, The future of the Spider-Man franchise

Duration:00:48:01

Wildlife Corridor Over The 101, Climate Change and Wine, West Hollywood Changes

8/20/2019
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Checking-in on the status of SoCal's privately funded wildlife crossing, how climate change is affecting California's Cabernet, changes to WeHo neighborhood.

Duration:00:48:32

Use Of Force Law, K. Connie Kang, School Air Conditioning

8/19/2019
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Governor Newsom is expected to sign Use of Force legislation, Remembering the first female Korean journalist in the United States, Air Conditioning in schools and the achievement gap.

Duration:00:48:26

State Of Affairs, Tenancy-In-Common Housing, SoCal Orange Groves

8/16/2019
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A bill working its way through the CA legislature could reclassify independent contractors as employees, Tenancy-In-Common housing is increasing in popularity, A SoCal Orange Grove might get historic status.

Duration:00:48:55

LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner, Walking to Dodger Stadium, 88 Cities: Redondo Beach

8/15/2019
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LA Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner delivers his state of the schools speech, KPCC reporter tries walking to Dodger Stadium.

Duration:00:47:59

Wildlife Waystation Closes, Men's Central Jail, On The Lot

8/14/2019
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What will happen to the animals now that the Wildlife Waystation is closing? The L.A. County Board of Supervisors votes on what to do with the Men's Central.

Duration:00:48:48

CA Oyster Farms, Formosa Cafe Debuts $2 Million Dollar Renovation

8/13/2019
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CA oyster farms are feeling the effects of climate change and global warming, The Formosa Cafe reopens after a $2 million dollar renovation.

Duration:00:48:43

CA Proposed Legislation, LADOT Electric Buses, Modern Love Illustrator

8/12/2019
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The California legislature is considering more than 1,000 bills, LADOT's progress in electrifying its fleet, A ride on LADOT's DASH electric bus to Griffith Park Observatory.

Duration:00:48:40

State Of Affairs, JCC Shooting Anniversary, Salt And Solar Power

8/9/2019
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The National Rifle Association's influence on California in the aftermath of back-to-back shootings, 20th anniversary of the Jewish Community Center shooting.

Duration:00:48:44

Parking Minimums, Gold Line Extension, Who was Charlotta Bass?

8/8/2019
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LA plans to remove the requirement that new apartment buildings should include parking, Funding for a Gold Line extension to Pomona is up for a vote today.

Duration:00:48:37

OC Democrats, Empty 710 Homes, Gannett Merger

8/7/2019
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Registered Democrats now outnumber Republicans in Orange County, empty homes along the 710 corridor, details on the Gannett merger.

Duration:00:48:37

Gun Violence Survivor on Mass Shootings, Policing Sex, Los Angeles Food Trends

8/6/2019
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A gun violence survivor weighs in on the numerous mass shootings, How LA is fighting sex trafficking, Which food trends are likely to last in LA.

Duration:00:48:43

The Violence Project, Red Flag Laws, CA Sea Cliff Erosion

8/5/2019
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Researchers say there are four similarities among most mass shooters, How red flag laws work, What California is doing to prevent sea cliff erosion.

Duration:00:48:49

Golden State Political Round-up, Cal State Science Educators, Little Free Pantry

8/2/2019
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California says tax returns are the price for showing up on state primary ballots, future math and science educators get assist from CSU's, little free pantry.

Duration:00:49:13

Retirement Savings, Youth Football limits, The Battle of Santa Monica Bay

8/1/2019
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Nearly half of California's private-sector workers have no retirement savings, restrictions to youth football, a look back on the battle of Santa Monica Bay.

Duration:00:49:02

SoCal Residents React to Debate, Dueling Healthcare Proposals, Homelessness Policies

7/31/2019
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SoCal residents react to Tuesday night's Democratic candidate debates, a look at dueling healthcare proposals, L.A.'s homelessness policies.

Duration:00:49:37

New California Laws, Money for the Bullet Train and Destination Crenshaw

7/30/2019
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The new law that would require presidential candidates to submit their tax returns, plus a new project devoted the black experience in L.A.

Duration:00:49:03

The Latest on the Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting, Large-scale Event Security, Sacramento Black Child Mortality

7/29/2019
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An update on the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting plus how this situation may affect future large-scale events, how L.A. is curbing black child mortality.

Duration:00:49:14