Programming Note: Damien on City Maven Radio Hour

Every Thursday morning at 11:00 A.M. , City Maven Radio Hour is broadcast  LATalkRadio.com.  The Maven, aka journalist Alice M. Walton, regularly interviews some of the top insiders of local politics.  Today, we are proud that one of her featured guests is L.A. Streetsblog editor Damien Newton.  The show starts at 11:00, but Newton won’t be featured until 11:30.  If you miss the broadcast you can find it archived by visiting The City Maven Radio Hour homepage.

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