• Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Harmony Project
    S2017 E314: Harmony Project
    Studies have shown the power of music to shape the brain and improve a child’s ...
    Studies have shown the power of music to shape the brain and improve a child’s communication skills, attention and memory. Can it also close the academic gap between rich and poor students? The ...
    Air Date 2/11/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Woman Against Gun & Domestic Violence
    S2017 E313: Woman Against Gun & Domestic Violence
    Domestic violence affects millions of women across the country; and the presence ...
    Domestic violence affects millions of women across the country; and the presence of a gun in a domestic violence situation, makes if five times more likely that the woman will be killed. Bonnie ...
    Air Date 2/4/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Music Center
    S2017 E312: Music Center
    Does the Music Center in downtown L.A. reflect the diversity of its city? Bonnie ...
    Does the Music Center in downtown L.A. reflect the diversity of its city? Bonnie Boswell speaks with CEO Rachel Moore about the Center’s efforts to make its programming, audience and staff more ...
    Air Date 1/21/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- St. Barnabas
    S2017 E311: St. Barnabas
    Los Angeles County is the nation’s third most expensive housing market, and ...
    Los Angeles County is the nation’s third most expensive housing market, and unaffordable housing is affecting every demographic, including senior citizens. More recently it’s become an issue at ...
    Air Date 1/14/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- L.A. Walks Part 2
    S2017 E310: L.A. Walks Part 2
    What is the City of Los Angeles doing to make our streets safer to walk, bike ...
    What is the City of Los Angeles doing to make our streets safer to walk, bike and drive? And what can every Angeleno do to prevent a traffic collision from happening? Bonnie Boswell speaks with the ...
    Air Date 1/7/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- L.A. Walks Part 1
    S2017 E309: L.A. Walks Part 1
    Every year, thousands of people are traumatized by traffic crashes in Los ...
    Every year, thousands of people are traumatized by traffic crashes in Los Angeles; more than 500 people have died on L.A. streets since 2015, and collisions are the number 1 cause of death of ...
    Air Date 12/31/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Spirit Awakening
    S2017 E308: Spirit Awakening
    Bonnie Boswell speaks with Akuyoe Graham, founder of Spirit Awakening, an arts ...
    Bonnie Boswell speaks with Akuyoe Graham, founder of Spirit Awakening, an arts organization dedicated to empowering at-risk youth with the tools to grow beyond their circumstances.
    Air Date 12/10/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Goodwill Vets
    S2017 E307: Goodwill Vets
    Goodwill in Orange County is putting veterans to work. Sixty-percent of vets in ...
    Goodwill in Orange County is putting veterans to work. Sixty-percent of vets in CA are within a 2-hour drive to the Tierney Center – a one-stop-shop for vets seeking jobs and other services. Since ...
    Air Date 11/12/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Miry’s List
    S2017 E306: Miry’s List
    Bonnie Boswell speaks with the founder of Miry’s List, an organization that ...
    Bonnie Boswell speaks with the founder of Miry’s List, an organization that uses lists and crowd sourcing to help make L.A. a model for best practices in refugee resettlement.
    Air Date 11/5/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- LA/LA: LA Central Library celebrates Culture beyond Borders
    S2017 E305: LA/LA: LA Central Library celebrates Culture beyond Borders
    Los Angeles Central Library participates in the Getty’s Pacific Standard ...
    Los Angeles Central Library participates in the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time’s “LA/LA”- a look at art, culture, migration among the largest indigenious population in Mexico and Los Angeles. ...
    Air Date 10/29/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Combatting Bigotry
    S2017 E304: Combatting Bigotry
    Prejudice and bigotry has been a pervasive part of U.S. history. But a study by ...
    Prejudice and bigotry has been a pervasive part of U.S. history. But a study by the L.A. County Commission on Human Relations shows that actions motivated by prejudice and bigotry increased ...
    Air Date 10/22/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Race in America Today; A Legendary Leader Speaks Out
    S2017 E303: Race in America Today; A Legendary Leader Speaks Out
    Hate crimes in Los Angeles County have been rising sharply in recent years. In ...
    Hate crimes in Los Angeles County have been rising sharply in recent years. In an ongoing discussion with Pastor James Lawson, Bonnie Boswell reports on his view of racism in America today.
    Air Date 10/15/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- LA River Biking - Part 2
    S2017 E302: LA River Biking - Part 2
    The revitalization of the L.A. River has become a million dollar investment for ...
    The revitalization of the L.A. River has become a million dollar investment for California and its hundreds of thousands of politicians, experts, local residents, and stakeholders. Amongst the ...
    Air Date 10/8/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- LA River - Part 1
    S2017 E301: LA River - Part 1
    Along the Los Angeles River, we have eight of the most dense cities in America, ...
    Along the Los Angeles River, we have eight of the most dense cities in America, with more than a million people living within a mile of it. Considered one of the most ambitious projects of the ...
    Air Date 9/17/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Working LA – Part One
    Working LA – Part One
    Los Angeles is the largest cut-and-sew apparel base in the U.S. and the center ...
    Los Angeles is the largest cut-and-sew apparel base in the U.S. and the center of the country’s garment manufacturing industry. But a report from the UCLA Labor Center, Dirty Threads, Dangerous ...
    Air Date 6/3/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Working LA – Part Two
    Working LA – Part Two
    Young workers, between the ages 18-29, have particular challenges. Many have ...
    Young workers, between the ages 18-29, have particular challenges. Many have jobs in low wage industries, have little control over their house and may not get paid for all the hours they work. We ...
    Air Date 4/9/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Life Span Gap Between Rich and Poor
    Life Span Gap Between Rich and Poor
    Not everyone in America is sharing in the benefits of modern health care. More ...
    Not everyone in America is sharing in the benefits of modern health care. More affluent people are living longer than the poor…14 years longer for women and 13 years longer for men. And the gap is ...
    Air Date 3/26/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Historic Resources: Griffith Observatory - Part 2
    Historic Resources: Griffith Observatory - Part 2
    In part 2 of the interview with E.C. Krupp, Bonnie talks with Director Krupp ...
    In part 2 of the interview with E.C. Krupp, Bonnie talks with Director Krupp about scientific education that's available to the public, what's coming up in the night sky, and what he thinks about the ...
    Air Date 2/19/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Historic Resources: Griffith Observatory - Part 1
    Historic Resources: Griffith Observatory - Part 1
    E.C.Krupp, director of the Griffith Observatory, takes us on a private tour of ...
    E.C.Krupp, director of the Griffith Observatory, takes us on a private tour of this historic, scientific and architectural treasure. The observatory, which opened in 1935, was built as a project of ...
    Air Date 2/12/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Viet Thanh Nguyen - Part 2
    Viet Thanh Nguyen - Part 2
    Bonnie Boswell discusses the value of story telling with the 2016 Pulitzer Prize ...
    Bonnie Boswell discusses the value of story telling with the 2016 Pulitzer Prize winner for fiction, USC Professor Viet Thanh Nguyen.
    Air Date 1/29/2017
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Viet Thanh Nguyen - Part 1
    Viet Thanh Nguyen - Part 1
    What do we make of the communist spy who loves capitalism? Bonnie Boswell ...
    What do we make of the communist spy who loves capitalism? Bonnie Boswell discusses this fascinating spy/history/political thriller set in Viet Nam and America with the 2016 Pulitzer Prize-winning ...
    Air Date 1/15/2017
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