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Today at 10:30am
Drew's recent series, "Native Portraits," depicts members of the Klamath Falls, Modoc and Pit River Paiute tribes of Northern California and Southern Oregon in tintype. The series is currently on exhibit at the California Historical Society in San Francisco.
Today at 1:00pm
Repeats at 7:00pm
The program features a 2006 interview with songwriter and musician Leonard Cohen. At the age of 82, he's just released a new album, titled “You Want It Darker” - which reflects on God and mortality.
The California Report Magazine
Today at 4:30pm
Repeats at 6:30 & 11:00pm
How water shortages in a tiny town in the Central Valley have motivated young activists to make voter registration a priority. And the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles celebrates its 10th anniversary with a first-ever tour across California next week.
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