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Suzanne Guldimann Interviewed on Greater LA on KCRW 

TNT Editor, Suzanne Guldimann, is going to be on KCRW’s Greater LA with Mike Schlitt on Monday at 1 and 6:30 pm, for a segment on Malibu, May Rindge, and Pacific Coast Highway. It will be online at kcrw.com once it’s aired. It’s short—just 15 minutes, but we are really excited for her to be involved. She will be chatting with historian and guest host Mike Schlitt who does the series on roads. We hope it will be good—we wouldn’t want the ghost of the indomitable May Rindge haunting us…

See you on the radio!

P.S. Now you can listen to or read the interview at KCRW

And if you haven’t read Suzanne’s article on the “train to nowhere” (because nearly 3,000 people have already!) then get caught up–it’s a wonderful story.

Suzanne Guldimann

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