decision to build electric vehicles at the former NUMMI factory in Fremont — and not in Downey or Long Beach. Downey City Councilmember Mario Guerra and John O'Dell, Senior Editor of Edmunds' GreenCarAdvisor.com, are also on." /> 'Which Way, L.A.?' moves a little earlier on KCRW - LA Observed

'Which Way, L.A.?' moves a little earlier on KCRW

Tonight on WWLA, Warren Olney talks to Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk about last week's decision to build electric vehicles at the former NUMMI factory in Fremont — and not in Downey or Long Beach. Downey City Councilmember Mario Guerra and John O'Dell, Senior Editor of Edmunds' GreenCarAdvisor.com, are also on. The disputes roiling the City of Hope medical center in Duarte get a segment too. Which Way, L.A.? now airs at 7 p.m., followed by an edited rebroadcast of the day's To the Point, which originally airs at noon on KCRW, also hosted by Olney.

LA Observed on KCRW: My column today talks about Steve Poizner getting back into the Republican race for governor, based on last week's PPIC poll. My weekly pieces air now on Mondays at 6:44 p.m., during NPR's "All Things Considered." You can, of course, stream it online or grab the free podcast from iTunes.


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