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  • Battle for better welfare, life inside migrant detention centers
    “Storming Caesars Palace” is a new PBS documentary that follows a group of poor women who fought back against the racist stereotype of welfare mothers.  Dozens of people died in a fire at a migrant detention facility in Mexico. President López Obrador says migrants started it, but many details remain unclear. Starting April 1, there will be a one-time sales tax on properties worth over $5 million. To avoid the charge, Angelenos are rushing to sell their mansions. To celebrate spring, Evan Kleiman shares how to make risotto with the triad of spring vegetables —  asparagus, leeks and peas — and another one with strawberries.
  • Violinist Randall Goosby, Israel's political strife, naltrexone
    Violinist Randall Goosby rose to fame when he was 13 years old. Now he’s working to make classical music more inviting to other kids of color. Hundreds of thousands of Israeli protestors succeeded in stopping Prime Minister Netanyahu’s imminent overhaul of Israel’s judicial system. But for how long? As we wait for an indictment of former President Trump in the Stormy Daniels case, Loyola Law Professor Jessica Levinson untangles the looming legal clouds. The pill naltrexone is already approved for severe alcohol use disorder, but a new study suggests it could also help reduce the occasional binge.
  • TikTok CEO’s testimony, William Kentridge’s unique animation
    TikTok CEO Shou Chew testified before a House Committee looking at the social media platform’s data security and relationship with the Chinese government. William Kentridge is best known for his charcoal illustrations and unique animation style, where he draws a picture, films it, then erases and redraws. Critics review the latest film releases: “John Wick: Chapter 4,” “A Good Person,” “Tori and Lokita,” and “The Lost King.”
  • Black deaths in horror films, pies for dinner, jittery US banking
    A new book called “The Black Guy Dies First: Black Horror Cinema From Fodder To Oscar” traces 50 years of Black characters and culture in scary movies. What pies could constitute a full dinner? Consider a savory one with swiss chard for the main course, and a sweet one with rhubarb and raspberries for dessert. The Sklar Brothers talk about Japan topping the U.S. in Tuesday night's World Baseball Classic, and March Madness. The Federal Reserve raised interest rates, while juggling banking turmoil and ongoing inflation. What does this say about the health of the U.S. economy?
  • LAUSD strike day 1, tax tips, first US band to go behind Iron Curtain
    The LAUSD strike has started. KCRW hears from a special ed assistant teacher who says she makes $37,000/year. She says her classroom has too many students and not enough resources. This tax season, personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary explains how to claim adult dependents, get deductions for classroom expenses, and find an accountant. A Fox News producer is suing the network, alleging its lawyers coerced her to give misleading testimony in the legal battle over Fox's coverage of Dominion Voting after the 2020 election.The band Blood, Sweat, & Tears says the State Department blackmailed them into touring communist Yugoslavia, Romania, and Poland in 1970. A new film tells the story.

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