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Urban water rationing, the Olympic murals, a Northridge earthquake opera and more




A bulldozer begins to tear down a section of the Santa Monica Freeway Jan. 19, 1994 that collapsed during the Northridge earthquake. Commuters were urged to leave for work two hours earlier due to the 300 foot section of the road that was closed.
A bulldozer begins to tear down a section of the Santa Monica Freeway Jan. 19, 1994 that collapsed during the Northridge earthquake. Commuters were urged to leave for work two hours earlier due to the 300 foot section of the road that was closed.
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Take Two looks at about the negative effects of restricting water in urban environments. We'll also discuss efforts to bring the 1984 Olympic Freeway murals back to life, how seals could have infected early humans with tuberculosis, and we remember the Northridge Earthquake through opera. All this and much more.