Sam Sanders http://wmot.org en In Sochi, An Olympic Artist Sees The 'Possible' http://wmot.org/post/sochi-olympic-artist-sees-possible <p>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIDdyz8rRqQ</p> Thu, 06 Feb 2014 23:29:00 +0000 Sam Sanders & Sam H. Sanders 34472 at http://wmot.org In Sochi, An Olympic Artist Sees The 'Possible' New Law Puts Gloves On California Bartenders http://wmot.org/post/new-law-puts-gloves-california-bartenders Bartender Cameron Hall hadn't heard of a new California law that bans culinary workers from touching uncooked food with their bare hands.<p>The rule applies to bartenders, who are now supposed to wear gloves to put limes in the mojitos and cherries in the Manhattans — even to scoop ice into a glass.<p>But when a reporter fills him in, Hall stops serving drinks at Rocco's Tavern, a little spot in downtown Culver City, just long enough to rant.<p>"It'd just be a pain," he says. "It'd be a nuisance. Sun, 26 Jan 2014 16:26:00 +0000 Sam Sanders & Sam H. Sanders 33961 at http://wmot.org New Law Puts Gloves On California Bartenders No Relief Forecast After One Of California's Driest Years Ever http://wmot.org/post/no-relief-forecast-after-one-californias-driest-years-ever It's a near-perfect morning on Venice Beach in Southern California, temperatures in the 60s, with a breeze. You can hear the waves of the Pacific crash against the sand. Only a layer of clouds mars the scene.<p>Scott and Sue Nolan, visiting from Houston, play kickball in the sand with their son. Sun, 05 Jan 2014 15:12:00 +0000 Sam Sanders 33163 at http://wmot.org No Relief Forecast After One Of California's Driest Years Ever Target's Word May Not Be Enough To Keep Your Stolen PIN Safe http://wmot.org/post/targets-word-may-not-be-enough-keep-your-stolen-pins-safe The giant retailer Target continues to feel the fallout from a massive security breach at its stores. <a href="http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/12/27/257634334/target-encrypted-data-were-taken-but-not-the-key-to-unlock">The latest revelation</a>: Hackers who stole credit and debit card numbers this holiday season also collected encrypted personal identification numbers.<p>But Brigitte Clark had no worries as she left a Target in Los Angeles on Saturday morning, her cart full of groceries.<p>"I feel about as safe as we can be," she says. Sun, 29 Dec 2013 16:12:00 +0000 Sam Sanders 32943 at http://wmot.org Target's Word May Not Be Enough To Keep Your Stolen PIN Safe LA's Filipinos Grieve For Loved Ones Abroad By Taking Action http://wmot.org/post/las-filipinos-grieve-loved-ones-abroad-taking-action Since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines last week, the largest Filipino community in America has come together to grieve and to help.<p>Friday night, about 25 miles south of Los Angeles, members of Long Beach's Filipino community gathered at Grace United Methodist Church to hold a vigil for typhoon victims. One by one, attendees came to the microphone and named people who died or remain lost in the storm.<p>Rev. Nestor Gerente, the pastor at Grace United, came to the U.S. from Manila 15 years ago. He lost relatives in the storm. Sat, 16 Nov 2013 22:29:00 +0000 Sam Sanders 31397 at http://wmot.org