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  • ... me now (after the requisite expressions of outrage/anger at NPR's decision to cancel Day to Day): "So what are you going to do now?" A ... with are exceedingly nice, with the exception of one high-profile producer, who said after rejecting everything I proposed: "I ...
  • ... mayoral candidate--in a cover story for the LA Weekly . At the time , Caruso had been teasing his impending mayoral candidacy off ... city lead to what I called "the underlying assumption... one the developer himself hasn't publicly disputed, that Caruso aspires to ...
  • Day to day one (of my new life). Editor's note: Every month, one of your ... did the show close live, all together ("Day to Day was a production of NPR News and Slate dot com.") It was intense. I cried after it ... (of my new life) I slept in this morning. I got up at 6:30, a full half-hour after I would have already been at work in my ...
  • Susanna Newbury examines the history of the U.S./ Mexico border and its geopolitical importance to the United States. ... mouth of its deepest branch, if it should have more than one branch emptying directly into the sea; from thence up the middle of that ...
  • ... this week's SIMPLY MING recipes. Chef Ming Tsai combines one of his favorite drinks and appetizers to create Bloody Mary Scallop ... Rick Bayless , host of American Public Television's Mexico-One Plate at a Time , who uses the East-West duo to create ...
  • In April, Maria Rivera stood in Mexico City's main square and read "Los Muertos," a poem that for one of the first times in public dared name those killed in the country's ...
  • ... I am a time traveler, I hop from one generation to another with the ease of a keystroke-I can be a child ... Facebook, I know that Maya is studying English Literature at NYU, and from her words I know she is a woman that I have come to admire ... ancestry, Bill Richardson (past Gov. of New Mexico ) is of anglo/spanish descent; as we become more multi-cultural and ...
  • ... dangerous town. In 1847, the image of Los Angeles was "our Mexico ." In the boom years around 1900, it was "our Spain" and then "our ... as Caruso is - of redefining citizens as "customers." That shows their lack of imagination. Customers have no moral obligations to each ...
  • ... Since 1979, 40 percent of the growth of income has gone to one percent of the population. This is changing us radically. You go ... this enormous inequality, we're going to wind up like Mexico , Russia, Brazil. I hope I'm wrong. If we can, I mean, there's ...
  • ... Carter joins KCET Cinema Series host Pete Hammond after a screening of "Lincoln" in North Hollywood. ... KCET NoHo Cinema Series Info: Cost : $20 at the door   Location: Academy of Television Arts & ... talked about how the film is relevant to today's war time politics, Daniel Day-Lewis' acting method, the reasoning behind making ...

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