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Take Two (KPCC)

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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.

Twitter:

@taketwo

Language:

English

Contact:

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


Episodes

SoCal's Olympic bobsledders, LA won't proactively wipe past pot offenses, an expert weighs in on 'Black Panther'

2/16/2018
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Two of the US Olympic bobsledders grew up right here in sunny SoCal, to wipe past pot offenses people must go through the courts, deconstructing "Black Panther."

Duration:00:48:17

How school security has changed, is Lunar New Year becoming commercialized? Homelessness in Orange Coun

2/15/2018
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Following the shooting in Florida, we take a look at campus security. The commercialization of Lunar New Year, how homelessness in the O.C. is similar to L.A.

Duration:00:47:50

Tales of love in Los Angeles, how the California dream has changed, LA fashion in New York

2/14/2018
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We asked KPCC listeners to tell us how they came together in the city of Angels, has the California dream changed? LA is well represented at New York fashion week.

Duration:00:16:15

Aetna investigation, drought water restrictions can become permanent, spring has sprung

2/13/2018
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Department of insurance is investigating Aetna after some troubling allegations, drought era water restrictions may become permanent, spring has come early.

Duration:00:47:53

Rain concerns in Santa Barbara County, the rink that makes Olympians, banning tackle football before high school

2/12/2018
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Understanding how to prevent future mudslides, why a rink in Lakewood attracts top athletes, an assembly member's mission to ban tackle football before high school.

Duration:00:47:55

California's cyber learning plans, century old LA book treasures, the best things to do in SoCal this weekend

2/9/2018
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Gov. Brown's plan to work with the Community College System to make advanced learning more accessible, CA's antiquarian book fair, your weekend preview.

Duration:00:47:56

Delta tunnels get scaled back, a digital marketplace in your car, is Sacramento the new Hollywood?

2/8/2018
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Gov. Brown's massive water delivery project gets scaled back, for now, shopping online in your car, Sacramento in the limelight following "Lady Bird's" success.

Duration:00:47:57

The LA Times is under new management, SoCal at the Winter Olympics, the LA Philharmonic turns 100

2/7/2018
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TRONC sells off the Los Angeles Times, Southern California's big presences at the Winter Olympics, the LA Phil's big centennial schedule.

Duration:00:47:35

CA Assembly considers universal healthcare, SpaceX Falcon Heavy readies for takeoff, LA traffic is still the worst

2/6/2018
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California's Assembly considers specific proposals for single-payer healthcare, SpaceX gets ready to blast a Tesla Roadster into space, LA tops the 2017 Global Traffic Scorecard for most gridlock.

Duration:00:47:54

Making it easier on whistleblowers who call out sexual harassment, the state of housing in CA, why gas prices are up

2/5/2018
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Why sexual harassment whistleblower legislation may finally pass, California is failing to keep up with home demands, gas prices continue to climb...here's why.

Duration:00:47:54

The drought returns, LAUSD campus security checks, an effort to make automated bots easier to spot

2/2/2018
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The U.S. Drought Monitor reported that severe drought conditions have returned to parts of CA, how LAUSD handles campus security, decoding social media bots.

Duration:00:47:54

Past pot convictions may go up in smoke, what you need to know about tax filing this year, best February binge items

2/1/2018
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Why San Francisco’s DA plans to wipe clean several past pot convictions, helpful tips for this year's tax filing, your February streaming binge list.

Duration:00:46:54

SOTU and California, moms file lawsuit against Pop Warner football, a move to ban Elon Musk's flamethrowers

1/31/2018
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Two California moms sue a youth football league, one California lawmaker wants to ban Elon Musk's flamethrowers, what's in the State of the Union Address for California?

Duration:00:47:52

Runyon Canyon too crowded? A super blue blood moon will rise, a call for insurers to cover Montecito residents

1/30/2018
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A proposal to control crowds at Runyon, understanding this month's biggest celestial event, CA Insurance Commissioner reminds insurers to cover Montecito residents.

Duration:00:47:58

Downtown gets the Vision Zero treatment, Trump's DACA proposal, it takes at least $100k to buy a home in SoCal

1/29/2018
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The L.A. Department of Transportation's effort to slow down traffic, a possible compromise to end the DACA debate, what income is needed to buy a home in SoCal.

Duration:00:48:00

Do freeway expansions really help with traffic? LACMA's move to South LA, a heartwarming event on Skid Row

1/26/2018
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Will the 405's expansion in Orange County help with traffic? Why LACMA is attempting to open a South LA campus, Skid Row's carnival of love.

Duration:00:47:55

Gov. Jerry Brown's last State of the State, CA's new Shake Alert system, UC tuition hike

1/25/2018
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Climate change and immigration will top the docket at Gov. Brown's last State of the State, California will get a new earthquake alert system this year, UC regents consider a tuition increase

Duration:00:47:55

Patterns of homelessness, what a new immigration deal could look like, where the Montecito mud is going

1/24/2018
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How we assess homelessness in our region, the Senate has until February 8th to come up with an immigration compromise, what officials are doing with Montecito's mud.

Duration:00:47:57

Solar tariff will hit CA hard, no Oscar love for stunt people, tsunami risk in SoCal

1/23/2018
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Tariffs on imported solar panels will have a direct impact on California, stunt business continues to fight for Oscar recognition, assessing the risk for tsunamis in SoCal.

Duration:00:47:57

DACA's uncertain future, streamlining disaster insurance, Roe v. Wade turns 45

1/22/2018
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Why a SoCal Dreamer is exhausted by DACA's lack of certainty, how a senator plans to help victims of disaster with insurance issues, Roe V. Wade & CA access.

Duration:00:47:53

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