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5. Greg Smith's KPCC LA city attorney debate closing statement

  • Published: 2013-02-06T02:25:33Z
  • By KPCC
Greg Smith's KPCC LA city attorney debate closing statement

Closing statements from the L.A. city attorney debate on KPCC's "AirTalk," Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. The participants were Carmen Trutanich, Mike Feuer and Greg Smith.

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6. KPCC All Things Considered - Open Source Vote Tally

  • Published: 2018-10-30T23:59:00Z
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KPCC All Things Considered - Open Source Vote Tally

Mail-in ballots for the November midterm election in LA County will be tallied up using a system called VSAP 1.0. It's billed as an "open source" platform, and is the first to be certified as such under California's election rules. KPCC's Nick Roman speaks with Greg Miller with the non-profit Open Source Election Technology Institute about what this means for election security, transparency, and public confidence in the voting process.

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7. Carmen Trutanich's KPCC LA city attorney debate closing statement

  • Published: 2013-02-06T02:25:32Z
  • By KPCC
Carmen Trutanich's KPCC LA city attorney debate closing statement

Closing statements from the L.A. city attorney debate on KPCC's "AirTalk," Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. The participants were Carmen Trutanich, Mike Feuer and Greg Smith.

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8. KPCC Climate Special

  • Published: 2017-06-03T01:18:31Z
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KPCC Climate Special

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9. KPCC All Things Considered - Baseball Physics

  • Published: 2018-10-27T00:09:52Z
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KPCC All Things Considered - Baseball Physics

As a scientific discipline, physics aims to explain some of the most profound questions we have about the natural world. But for Dodger fans, the most important one of all may very well be: will they win the World Series? KPCC's Nick Roman speaks with David Kagan - a Dodger fan and professor of physics at California State University Chico.

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10. Why Bricia Lopez loves KPCC

  • Published: 2015-09-08T21:54:21Z
  • By KPCC
Why Bricia Lopez loves KPCC

Bricia and her family have been proud friends and supporters of KPCC for several years. Her family owns Guelaguetza, a renowned Oaxacan restaurant in Los Angeles.

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11. Mike Feuer's KPCC LA city attorney debate closing statement

  • Published: 2013-02-06T02:25:33Z
  • By KPCC
Mike Feuer's KPCC LA city attorney debate closing statement

Closing statements from the L.A. city attorney debate on KPCC's "AirTalk," Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. The participants were Carmen Trutanich, Mike Feuer and Greg Smith.

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12. Listen to the Snap Judgment "KPCC Fundraiser 2012"

Listen to the Snap Judgment

Snap Judgment: KPCC Fundraiser 2012 "The Champagne Edition"

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13. KPCC All Things Considered - Ned Coletti on Andre Ethier's 12-year career with the Dodgers

  • Published: 2018-08-03T01:41:08Z
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KPCC All Things Considered - Ned Coletti on Andre Ethier's 12-year career with the Dodgers

Former Dodgers GM Ned Coletti looks back on the first player he traded for the franchise - veteran outfielder Andre Ethier, who's calling it a career after 12 years with the team.

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15. KPCC All Things Considered - "Three Swings" & the World Series

  • Published: 2018-10-30T00:13:38Z
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It's another year of heartbreak for LA Dodger fans. For the second year in a row, they fell short of ending their 30 year World Series championship drought -- losing to the Boston Red Sox four games to one. LA-based comedian Rhea Butcher is a long-suffering baseball fan, and hosts the "Three Swings" baseball podcast. Rhea stopped by to chat with KPCC's Nick Roman about how they turned a life-long obsession into a one-of-a-kind sports show.

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16. KPCC All Things Considered - Caltech Nobel Prize Winner

  • Published: 2018-10-04T01:05:39Z
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KPCC All Things Considered - Caltech Nobel Prize Winner

177 people have won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry since the award was first established more than a century ago -- but only a handful of them have been women. Today, that honor went to Dr. Frances Arnold, a professor of chemical engineering at Caltech. KPCC's Nick Roman spoke to Dr. Arnold about her work that captures the power of the evolutionary process in the laboratory.

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