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Ben Shapiro Sings Under My Skin!

He's good!

Festival of Books

It's the 20th Year of the LA Times Festival of Books

Music. Food. Culture. Art. Fun. April 18th and 19th at USC - Click here for details!

Welcome Mark Levin

AM870 Welcomes Mark Levin to Afternoons 3-6p

Hugh Hewitt moves to 6-9pm

Settle It and Be Blessed

The new book by Tom Gehring

There comes a time in your life when you have to settle it. It's time, Don't miss your blessing.

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Dr. Siman - TMJ and Cosmetic Reconstructive Dentist

Book a consultation and get a CT Scan (Normally $800) for FREE!


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