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SANDA TSING LOH talks about her “year of raging hormones”–and about middle-aged women, America’s largest demographic group. She’s an award-winning author, a contributing editor of The Atlantic, and host of “The Loh Down on Science,” heard on the radio weekly by four million people. Her new book is The Madwoman in the Volvo. Sandra will be reading and signing Thurs May 1 in Pasadena, ticket info HERE.
Also: LA’s sky-high rents – and what to do about them: HAROLD MEYERSON has some ideas. Harold writes a column for the Washington Post op-ed page, he’s editor-at-large for The American Prospect, and he wrote about rents in LA for the LA Times.
Plus: PETER VAN BUREN is the State Department whistleblower who wrote We Meant Well: How I Helped Lose the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of the Iraqi People. After the State Dept. fired him, he got the only job he could find as an ex-whistleblower. We’ll talk to him about “Life in the New American Minimum-Wage Economy” – he wrote about it for TomDispatch.com.