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  • With $5 gas, public transit's time has come. But some potential riders will find that the experience lacks an essential value.
  • Today, there are many women who for a variety of reasons have taken it upon themselves to feed their families off the land in their own urban backyards. In this episode, we visit several such women who not only have the goal of feeding their families healthy, sustainable food, but are also teaching others to do the same. From a trained chef educating virtually with a massive online audience to...

  • ... wish to maintain significant privacy controls over their profile and presence. [scald=27788:kl_image_original_context] ... overhaul of Facebook profiles and changes the way user behavior is reflected and shared across one's network, or social graph. ...
  • ... This week, the citizen Journalists from GlobalGirl Media profile exercise guru (and infomercial king) Tony Horton and get the skinny ...
  • The Society of Cinema and Arts, co founded by Bita Shafipour and Arash Kolahi, supports Iranian art and culture in Los Angeles, and beyond.
  • Diane Gamboa's photographs and commentary provide a window into the explosive energy of the East Los Angeles music scene of the early 1980s.
  • In eliminating user fees on our public lands, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals damaged the ... we'll pay a steep price for the court's elimination of user fees. The author of such standards as Southern California: A Day ...   Despite these and other assorted benefits, user fees kicked off a heated debate. Hiking guru John McKinney was among ...
  • Overcoming life’s challenges is part of the shared human experience. But some people have not only overcome what seem like insurmountable challenges, they’ve turned those obstacles into a source of inspiration for all of us. We speak with those who can offer us all lessons on living life beyond limits. 

    Guests include Wes Moore, a youth advocate, entrepreneur, U.S....

  • In a move that could have ramifications in drought-stricken California, a group representing irrigators in the Columbia and Snake river basins want to use an obscure federal law to prevent new protection of the area's salmon and steelhead populations.

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