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Fresh update on "los angeles magazine" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:31 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "los angeles magazine" discussed on All Things Considered

"4 19 here at KCRW. Thanks So much for joining us and KCRW. Thanks. Los Angeles magazine. The January issue presents their list of the best new restaurants open during the past year, plus Look at restaurants, creative response toe lockdowns with new dishes, dinner kits and more on newsstands now coming up on all things considered President Biden said a mask mandate for interstate travel Today. Airlines already have their own mask requirements. But enforcement has been some say, spotty. They want federal officials to step in, and some people have said, and continue to say being told to wear a mask. Interferes with their rights at that story for you up ahead, also coming up a conversation with Nick Clegg of Facebook about the company's decision to refer questions on the suspension of former President Donald Trump's account to its independent oversight board will explain exactly what that means for the future of Trump's activity on these Social media platform. Look at your roads. Now on this Thursday, let's go with the supposed to pass in the four or five North.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:38 min | 5 months ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And you know, she was just like you just I don't know what you do, but I looked better. You're putting eyebrows on us. And Anne Bancroft, of course, becomes famous in the graduate is the older woman who seduces the young Dustin Hoffman. He would book Bobby's appointments on the regular, her fitted eyelash treatment because that's what she was doing. Kind of one that stayed a little bit longer. There. So like the, you know, Yeah, but came years and years later, so he did the cutting and fitting and customizing and nobody else did that. So people are just like you've gotto go sheep here and he shows up in a lot of people's if they give their glam team at all. Any any credit the Yeah. We're going to see Bobby Joe. Yeah. 1977. So this all just things Unterberg. So Ricca Wells, who wanted A makeover because, remember now that a million years BC came out in 68 or 69. Is that a movie that you see, I know that's the movie. There were Cal Welch is in the fur bikini. No. All right. I know the look. But I didn't know the name in years. B C B C Yeah. So that would have been like, eight or nine years later, and she wanted to freshen up her. Look Sure, you know, as everyone does. So, Bobby was like a recount was one of the most difficult clients I ever had. Why this makes me sad. Well, this is very classic. This is what people do when they really are married to look. She said She wanted something new. But as soon as I started anything she became in patient. No do don't go that way. That way. This way. She just I really liked her one Look. And I couldn't get her to change. And then her other big thing she talks about in her book was that she's responsible for taking Dolly Parton from Maybe country leg country. You glam very much, because there's a certain point where she just changed. Let me tell you what it was 1978 was the cover of Los Angeles magazine and Dolly at the time. Was, you know, she had a harsh makeup. Look rouged doll, like make up. It was very like a country. Look, I told you she went from country to glam. Yeah, And also, you know, really, really heavy black eyeliner. So Bobby Joe softened up on Dolly Parton was on the cover of Playboy that year. Yeah. So that was Bobby, Joe and Dolly and Dolly loves, But there was really a before and after, because she changed her wig style..

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KCRW

"On the issue of Palestinian refugees saying that's really the objective here it's less important that they get to the negotiation more important that they lay down a new paradigm that might make a two state solution simply not achievable Aaron David Miller is a distinguished scholar at the Wilson center longtime Mideast peace negotiator thanks so much thank you you're listening to morning edition from NPR news seven a well king and I'm Rachel Martin and I'm cherry Glazer and this is KCRW I know this ritual today on the. Klay back starting creator Phoebe Waller bridge on the use of surprise in her work I think it reminds audiences not to that that they're living in a real world and I think that bounce I have been so many things to take it to taken when your watching something that the people and the blacks like it does putting to people who have to have a very serious conversation in a room that is unbelievably hot. you instantly it's going to be you know they and they don't want to admit to each other about how hot it is in that room you just visiting so human about about it reminds you that you're in the real well that that you in the real world in there in the real world and they're having to be a bright needs to each other but they're also incredibly sexy I don't know there's all these little challenges that you can put into them. a fun to an accident this fully backstory creator Phoebe Waller bridge on the treatment today two thirty PM on KCRW. case here W. thanks Los Angeles magazine presenting the food event October thirteenth at saddle rock ranch in Malibu featuring chefs.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Do you wanna do you wanna be the one to sort of make the announcement to our friends or do you want me to do it? I want you to do it. Because I don't know what you're referring. Rachel made a big spill Rachel just made a big big spill on the carpet with the Likud shoes. Drinking and it's one of those tall glasses was tall cans. And I think they probably have more fluid in them, which meant more to more for you too. So the definitely don't have more fluid in them. Well, it's sweeter. So it's creating more pungent scent these hybrid, LA, I think I do have some traces of. Regardless. The carpet is now fully saturated. Would you say I would say that sparkling water? Yeah. Is actually like used often as a cleaning agent. So I don't feel too guilty about my problem though. There was nothing to clean was. There was there. I mean this carpets probably pretty gross this carpets. Pristine are. You kidding me? It's my office. I keep shit like fully Liz additions like a laboratory where you could make dinosaurs. Or something it's like the trauma, destroying what are you looking for? Do you talk about how many empty cups you have on your desk right now three, but they are completely sanitized. Also, look at the liquid and then do, you know where the liquid it went there mostly empty, you know, with a like lint in my mouth and belly. And my my, you know, my balls where the piece is kept. But yours went on ground. One sport that I just took a step to the bathroom to get a towel cleanup befell mess at the whole time. They'll every step. Is this? How you want to start our enthusiasts podcasts. Let's just I wanted to tell report an accident 'cause I'm still basically journalists. Yeah. Mostly gerald. Yeah. That's that's true. I mean, so I guess I could I thought it'd be a good opportunity for a press conference about this Bill. So we take it till I live to reach my immi- giving the conference or are you? Okay. Yeah. I. I did a web see, and I didn't do it on purpose. It was what some people might call an accident. Typically. Yes, all all respond to your questions in a moment. Typically when someone doesn't accident they are met by their loved ones with understanding. But this is not seem to be the case. Yes griffith. Do you have a question Brock bragging from the New York? Magazine. And I question Louis rumor going around, the, you know, the press, Ben where we all go out for drinks after we finish the newspaper and do with the been so rumor going around that you did it on purpose because you're mad succumb report can reply to that can can I hear about your source on that or confidential, of course. Okay. So yeah, I respect your integrity. Brock brooklyn. Tom. I will say that. I did not do it intentionally. Although. I don't regret this jazz charman from the Los Angeles magazine, two questions one when you say, you don't regret it. Where's this sort of? Where's that sort of fury coming from? And second of all there's a rumor going around my press been that you just like the carpets Gucci. So I wonder if you could address that one actually I the Gucci carpets better jazz. I have read some of your work. It seems like you try and bring Gucci into all your stories this thing. So I don't know that I can really take your questions. Seriously. I don't blame. You seems like all of your stories have a Gucci element honest to Los Angeles magazine made that up. So this is my deal. I go to congress. Try to get people to say the were Gucci, and I have succeeded. So we'll take a mile. Any small wonders I do have you seen the photo of Martha from great British bake off. She got married recently and a bunch of the contestants from her season went to the wedding. All that's good. And they'll make cakes. All there's pictures of it on the internet, and it's wonderful on full of power. I've just been filled with periods. Aji Martha was the very young woman. Yes. And I think it was season five cannot keep them straight. But there's just just beautiful photos of all of the contestants with her, and they're also happy, maybe or so many cakes makes me so.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Respects, McCain's one hundred six year old mother Roberta made the sign of the cross that she was brought to his casket in her wheelchair to the funeral is now underway in. Detroit for the Queen of soul Aretha Franklin former President. Bill Clinton will be one of the speakers at the service today and three the gas taxes on the. Way up, in New Jersey by. Just over four cents and the Murphy administration says. It is not to blame the hike is required under, state law to cover the cost of repairs. To roads bridges and mass transit eleven forty six popular west coast burger chain. Is taking flack for a political donation CBS correspondent Deborah Rodriguez with more Democrats in California are threatening to boycott in and out burger. After the company donated twenty five. Thousand dollars. To the state Republican party this week Los Angeles magazine, says the burger chain which prince bible verses on. Its packaging a thirty thousand dollars to the GOP last year and the year before state Democratic Party chair Eric Baumann has fired off at two in and out tweet calling on fellow dams to satisfy their double doubles cravings elsewhere one burger aficionado relishes the possibility pointing out with most of the state democratic will. It mean, shorter lines Deborah Rodriguez CBS news eleven forty-seven Colin Kaepernick may be an out of work quarterback is about to get some action in court his grievance against the NFL is. Headed to trial as we hear from CBS correspondent Peter. King the case is expected to go to trial after an arbitrator's ruling that there was enough evidence to. Show NFL, owners colluded to keep. Him off the field he says because of his Refusal to? Stand for the national, anthem it. Could be bad news for the NFL the. Last thing I think they want is to have. Owners sitting in court answering questions about this Bob. Dorfman is a sports marketing expert I would, think that they would try to settle this before it goes to court none of this means a job four capper Nick who hasn't played in nearly two. Years Peter King CBS news Eleven forty eight. It's time for traffic.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Coming to the line and we look forward to celebrating all of your efforts next weekend on this big anniversary year tell us how concerned foundation got started here in southern california has made such a tremendous impact over the years you know we started in nineteen sixty eight beverly woman who was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer in nineteen sixty eight they weren't really a lot of options for a successful outcome so she called her friends together about fourteen couples got together and they wanted to make a difference in conquering cancer they did not want the next person that got his diagnosis should be a fatal condition so they formed an organization called concern foundation which stands for conquer cancer now and they got the rolodexes together got their friends together and since started in nineteen sixty eight we're now on our fifth generation of some families that have been involved in concern we've raised over sixty one million dollars and over seven hundred and fifty cancer researchers throughout los angeles united states and around the world have been funded by our organization and it's an amazing thing to see the block party i used to be on rodeo drive in fact it was twenty five years ago this year that i i attended a as a guest on rodeo drive now the event of course is held at paramount studios and tell us about what's gonna happen on the fourteenth of paramount studios on the fourteenth we have seventy one restaurants and desert vendors all donating their services and their food we'll have four thousand people we have four stages of entertainment our partnership los angeles magazine is in its fourteenth year they've donated over three hundred fifty thousand.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"In line up go down a sherman away and cold water park the car don't get out of the car doak get out of the car get the windows rolled out dog's an extension core different leases at think about it like it'd be like a a mexican version of lying country safari you just you just slowly drive down sherman way and see all the street vendors smell the hot dogs and and and and enjoy and enjoy the the the sights and sounds of old cop right there and sherman way you are not exaggerating one bit not at all not at all there are a couple of streets one that goes parallel well sherman way to word gets worse where you drive down the street in worse than that sounds like uh sounds like you're judging rib guy it gates really tijuana it it's one hundred percent do you wanna why would it go anywhere any other direction if that was one hundred percent of the population tian thai sports field what it that sar you can uh dawson we like to read the uh what was that from los angeles magazine yep 2010 i like i like the title they gave you at all uses like tim allen comedian guerout shit guerout geographic and you read it for you are everyone does this thing where they go you can get to the ocean and 25 minutes you can get to the mountains in an hour isn't that wonderful i guess the answer is yes but the school system is unusable the traffic is horrible businesses are fleeing i don't give credit to via were goes or the city council for the mountains or the oceans that has to do with plate tectonics i give them credit for a graffiti problem that so bad the street signs have to be covered with barbed wire i get credit to god for doing a fair to mifflin job creating the place of you ever goza and the city councils for fucking it up potholes and a whole stats los angeles well if i don't you feel stupid now retrospect.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That's a chorus spotify but do yourself a favor and i listen to the whole song of obvious child in the car with a great speaker system great drums all throughout were ears of firm ninety earlier you were born i wasn't born yet you'll soffer sunny honey came home stopping her shun rates visit hi alex i will play sunny obvious shower which was not i did not know that sounds great zone but i guess it's an album cut or deeper cut off of that down to get it from like 1990 let me later and then get the spins out here that uh some of the ourselves unom got all right let's see and blow through calls here of the line one i andrew 34 kentucky andhra hey guys good to talk to you uh eight you sound like an anti tourism ad for los angeles i would like less people are come here is do his job i uh i feel like all the other ads out here for uh sunny southern california you know come out be the beaches but listen to you guy but here's the thing he i it's funny uh max by you can find this article from los angeles magazine they're probably didn't like two thousand nine or eight or something and they every all this any celebrity that was from los angeles i think it was like steve martin and some people like that or lived here x amount of years or something got the basically talk about what they liked best about los angeles are so pal or whatever it is and i said.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Killer that she dubbed the golden state killer so she had at blog called true crime diary where she would write about these ongoing cases and wa an editor at los angeles magazine read about the writing it she did at the time and said hey could you turn this into an article so she wrote a much bigger uh even more deeply research article about this case and they published it and then harpercollins red that article and said oh this is a book and had her right the b an in and you know in writing the book she began to recruit retired homicide detectives and cops from all these different jurisdictions and precincts and in cities and she got them to pool information which is very very a hard to do but her research was so meticulous in so complete that they would contact each other and say talked to michelle she knows this person is actually not some weird um you know over enthusiastic amateur she wants to put the bracelets on this guy as cop speak for arresting him he put the bracelets on him sylla so was so we we should say that this this guy who michelle named the goldens killer committed fifty sexual assault in northern california intensiveness dig murders in southern california over a period of about ten years and and apparently dna linked those two sets of crimes but they don't know who the individual less and her she wanted to find out like who who who is this guy that she died before she was able to do that so you were trying you tried used tried and succeeded to finish the book but it it didn't have obviously didn't have the ending that she hoped to have um and you wrote the at asked for the book to um i thought i'd ask you to read from the opening paragraph that she wrote fall book truth this is the prologue to michelle mcnamara's book i'll be gone in the dark that summer are hunted the serial killer at night for my daughter's playroom for the most part i mimic the bedtime routine of a normal person teeth brushed pyjamas on but after my husband and daughter fell asleep i retreat to a makeshift workspace and booed up my laptop that fifteen inch wide hatchet endless possibilities are neighbourhood northwest of downtown los angeles is remarkably quiet at night so now is the only sound was the click 'cause i tapped evercloser down the.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Woah an editor at los angeles magazine read about the writing that she did at the time and said hey could you turn this into an article so she wrote a much bigger uh even more deeply research article about this case and they published it and then harpercollins read that article and said oh this is a book and had her right the but and in and you know in writing the book she began to recruit retired homicide detectives and cops from all these different jurisdictions and precincts and and cities and she got them to pool information which is very very hard to do but her research was so meticulous and so complete that they would contact each other and say talked to michelle she knows this person is actually not some weird um you know over enthusiastic amateur she wants to put the bracelets on this guy as cop speak for arresting him he put the bracelets on him sylla so with so we we should say that this this guy who michelle named the golden state killer committed fifty sexual assault in northern california intensive dig murders in southern california over a period of what about ten years and and apparently dna linked those two sets of crimes but they don't know who the individual less and her she wanted a find out like who who is this guy that she died before she was able to do that so you were trying you tried used tried and succeeded to finish the book but it it didn't have obviously didn't have the ending that she hoped to have.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Killer that she dubbed the golden state killer so she had at blog called true crime diary were she would write about these ongoing cases and wa an editor at los angeles magazine read about the writing it she did at the time and said hey could you turn this into an article so she wrote a much bigger uh even more deeply research article about this case and they published it and then harpercollins red that article and said oh this is a book and had her right the put an end you know in writing the book she began to recruit retired homicide detectives and cops them all these different jurisdictions precinct since then cities and she got them to pool information which is very very a hard to do but her research was so meticulous in so complete that they would contact each other and say talked to michelle she knows this person is actually not some weird um you know over enthusiastic amateur she wants to put the bracelets on this guy as cop speak for arresting him he put the bracelets on him sylla so with so we we should say that this this guy who michelle named the goldensohn killer committed fifty sexual assault in northern california intensive this dig murders in southern california over a period of what about ten years and and apparently dna linked those two sets of crimes but they don't know who the individualize and her she wanted to find out like who who who is this guy that she died before she was able to do that so you were trying you tried used tried and succeeded to finish the book but it it didn't have obviously didn't have the ending that she hoped to have um and you wrote the effort for the book to um i thought i'd ask you to read from the opening paragraph ichiro fall book trip this is the prologue to a michelle mcnamara's book i'll be gone in the dark that summer i hunted the serial killer at night for my daughter's playroom for the most part i mimic the bedtime routine of normal person teeth brushed pyjamas on but after my husband and daughter fell asleep i'd retreat to my makeshift workspace and food up my laptop that fifteen inch wide hatchet endless possibilities are neighbourhood northwest of downtown los angeles is remarkably quiet at night so now is the only sound was the click 'cause.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"He has been chosen as a los angeles magazine southern california super lawyer for many many years jim o'callaghan is a member of girardi in keys who has tried over thirty jury trials in both state and federal court and since 1995 has served as an arbitrator and mediator for the los angeles county courts alternate dispute panel they are champions of justice for the little guy each week we bring you this informative n entertaining hour bringing clarity to the headline generating legal challenges of the day and boy what a programme we have for you today our guest is dan hill he is the president of sensory logic then hill is a recognised authority on the road all of emotions in consumer and the employee behavior and today we're going to be talking within about reading faces and its relation to the judicial system reading faces comes well you might say naturally for him as a young boy living in italy he began using facial expressions to help navigate and unfamiliar setting today he runs sensory logic inc a scientific insights burn that analyzes consumers facial expressions to help companies better navigate consumers emotionally driven decisionmaking process this ability to capture and quantify marketplace insights hidden in plain sites if you will is why sensory logic has helped over thirty five percent of the world's top one hundred marketers it is also made dan of frequent speaker at business conventions from coast to coast as well as in europe and asia dan received his ph d from rutgers university following studies at brown university oxford.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Killer that she dubbed the golden state killer so she had at blog called true crime diary where she would write about these ongoing cases and wa an editor at los angeles magazine read about the writing it she did at the time and said hey could you turn this into an article she wrote a much bigger uh even more deeply research article about this case and they published it and then harpercollins red that article and said oh this is a book and had her right the but an in and you know in writing the book she began to recruit retired homicide detectives and cops from all these different jurisdictions and precincts and and cities and she got them to pool information which is very very it's hard to do but her research was so meticulous in so complete that they would contact each other and say talked to michelle she knows this person is actually not some weird um you know over enthusiastic amateur she wants to put the bracelets on this guy as cop speak for arresting him he put the bracelets on him sylla so with so we should say that this this guy who michelle named the gold instant killer committed fifty sexual assault in northern california intensive district murders in southern california over a period of what about ten years and and apparently dna linked those two sets of crimes but they don't know who the individualize and her she wanted to find out like who who who is in this guy that she died before she was able to do that so you were trying you tried used tried and succeeded to finish the book but it it didn't have obviously didn't have the ending that she hoped to have um and you with the asked for the book to um i thought i'd ask you to read from the opening paragraph that she wrote phone book truth this is the prologue to michelle mcnamara's book i'll be gone in the dark that summer i of the serial killer at night for my daughter's playroom for the most part i mimic the bedtime routine of a normal person teeth brushed pyjamas on but after my husband and daughter fell asleep igrek treat to my makeshift workspace and.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It was a killer that she dubbed the golden state killer so she had up blog cultural crime diary where she would write about these ongoing cases and wa an editor at los angeles magazine read about the writing that she did at the time and said hey could you turn this into an article so she wrote a much bigger uh even more deeply research article about this case and they published it and then harpercollins read that article and said oh this is a book and had her right the but an in and you know in writing the book she began to recruit retired homicide detectives and cops from all these different jurisdictions and precincts and and cities and she got them to pool information which is very very hard to do but her research was so meticulous in so complete that they would come contact each other and say talked to michelle she knows this person is actually not some weird um y you know pe over enthusiastic amateur she wants to put the bracelets on this guy as cop speak for arresting him he put the bracelets on him sylla so with two we we should say that this this guy who michelle named the golden state killer committed fifty sexual assault in northern california intensive dig murders in southern california over a period of what about ten years and and apparently dna linked those two sets of crimes but they don't know who the individualize and her she wanted a find out like who who is this guy that she died before she was able to do that so you were trying you tried used tried and succeeded to finish the book but it it didn't have obviously didn't have the ending that she hoped to have.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The context this is a book that she's we should back up and says she was a true crime writer and she had a true crime website and she was working on this book about a cold case cashew assad called case join explain the case she was writing about yeah my wife michelle mcnamara was writing about um a a cold case that be and in the '70s in california in sacramento and then stretched over the decades and then the trail went cold down in irvine and go leader it was a killer that she dubbed the golden state killer so she had up uh crime diary were she would write about these ongoing cases and wa an editor at los angeles magazine read about the writing it she did at the time and said hey could you turn this into an article so shallow to monitor uh even more deeply research article about this case and they published it and then harpercollins read that article oh this is a book and had her right the b an in you know in asia writing the book bagged began to recruit retired homicide detectives and cops from all these different jurisdictions and precinct since and cities and she got them to pool information which was very very a hard to do but her research was so meticulous and so complete that they would contact each other and say talked to michelle she knows this person is actually not some weird it you know over enthusiastic amateur she wants to put the bracelets on the sky as cop speak for arresting him put the bracelets on him sylla so with so we we uh uh this guy who michelle and the golden state killer committed fifty sexual assault uh for an intensive distict murders in southern california over period obv what about ten years an app and apparently dna linked those two sets of crimes but they don't know who the individual less and her she wanted a final lack who who who is this guy that she died before she.

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"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on KPCC

"The weekend is here and we have some pretty good ideas on how you can spend it with some fall themed events i larry ally came from los angeles magazine and i'm kpcc's lear terrain do not let us heatwave fool you it is technically fall so we've got a few things where he can still enjoy the outdoors uh it feels a little fake right now i know he writes hosts t this weekend but you can kick it off i cooling down with them halfhour widens have of eisen i just come half's hats exactly so duty la october fast is going on this weekend in pershing's square on october 21st and 22nd there are going to be beers from hometown varies like angel city an iron triangle but there's also paulaner the world's number one october fast beers of that will be on tap as well and there will be some traditional eats like brought sprats old all that jazz but there's also give you some curve balls like tied mexican fusion why not it's la in hot and then there's also going to be live music sowed general admission for that is free which is great but there are different tasting package price says that you can she is based on how many beer as you would like to samples l that's again going on october 21st in 22nd impression square fall also means things like pumpkins so how 'bout celebrating them in calabasas see with me here the city itself actually gets its name from the spanish word for pumpkin abaza cavazzo tomorrow and sunday heads of the calabasses pumpkin fetch civil there is of course gonna be a pumpkin patch but also okay so many foods near mary all i can describe highs pumpkin tamales pumpkin shakes pumpkin beers but there is also can be hocine prayed for little kids music stages and derby car races just a whole bunch of things all to celebrate pumpkins when you go it's five dollars and again that's tomorrow and sunday but if pumpkins not really your speed maybe appaled ours are you can do some apples picking this weekend because it feels like a fall did you you can head to willow brick apple fireman pretend that la has these ends and do brought time nolan failure stack up with wind.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"los angeles magazine" Discussed on Recode Decode

"And i loved it too i love not that we want to golden globe but i loved writing this movie writing about art writing about gay themes reading about things that i really cared passionately about and at the same time i had written this article them as you know not a journalist right but i wrote an article for los angeles magazine about the gay and lesbian baby boom the gabi the gabi boom is what they called the article yeah and i went into show time and i said dumb keynote speaker television show about lesbians in hollywood not be cool and then they laughed at me and say no via um you know that's not anything we're ever gonna do but that's chewed idea and i moved on i wrote another movie for showtime the fact that also got me but i still wanted to write a belt being gay and about my experience of gayness i still thought even though i never written series television i thought this is where that story belongs because its ongoing stories it's stories about about life ongoing and in the way that serialised television has historically done um you know melodrama right elevated what was one hundred to give made well then showtime after turning me down and really laughing at me for this idea they bought the rights to an english series called queers folk and made a show about game in right and the night that dirty pictures won the golden globe jerry off say who is the president of showtime whispered in my ear think we'd like to try the little lesbian show with you the little lesbian show woohoo yep and that's how it's done in hollywood so you started to make it it obviously you cast it jennifer bills was critical to the casting and then you brought up a lot of unknown relatively unknown actresses actors at the time.

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