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We Evaluate Celebrity Relationships Based on Zodiac Signs With David Palmer

Have you ever heard of an astrologer DJ? Meet "The Leo King," astrologer David Palmer.

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Former Prisoner Alleges LAPD Abuse Mentally Ill Inmates

He was eventually arrested by police and spent nearly a year in Twin Towers - known as one of the worst prisons in America.

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What's The Future of Police Technology? Drones, Mostly

Law enforcement technology is flying into the future as U.S. police forces adopt drone technology.

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New York's Finest Butt Heads with Street Vendors

New York street vendor and activist Mohammad Saad Ali of streetvendor.org

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Overweight? Depressed? Fix Anything--Anything!--With This App

Daniel Jacobs, the developer and co-founder of the Placebo Effect app and website, speaks to Open Source's Leon Krauze about his latest creation, which promises you can lose weight and feel happier in 30 days.

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The Strained History Between the LAPD and LA Residents

The relationship between Angelenos and the city's police force has been affected by some controversial encounters between officers and civilians.

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Is Reiki For Real or the Placebo Effect?

The practice of reiki, in which a person lays their hands on you to promote healing, used to be far outside the sphere of Western medicine.

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The Juice Cleanse: Los Angeles' Favorite Diet

It's a lifestyle.) Open Source host Leon Krauze visited a juice bar in LA called Clover to see what all the hype is about.

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Photographer Captures the Awkward Father-Daughter Photos at 'Purity Balls'

Photographer David Magnusson wanted to photograph the happy (father-daughter) couples and learn more about why people do it.

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Gwyneth Paltrow's Pop-up Shop Turns Goop Into Solid Form

Daily Beast writer Andrew Romano went to experience Goop's brick-and-mortar incarnation at the website's pop-up shop in Los Angeles.

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Addicted to Buying Tickets? You're Not Alone

Open Source producer Genesis Viera has a problem: she can't stop buying tickets.

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Do You Pick Your Mate Based on Religion?

Open Source producer Camille Santochi asked datesandmates.com coach Damona Hoffman what she thought.

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Learn How to Become a YouTube Star From Kandee Johnson

When makeup artist Kandee Johnson started putting up tutorials on YouTube in 2009, she had no idea it would become her full time occupation.

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Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a (Kosher) Match

Rena Hirsch is one of the preeminent Orthodox Jewish matchmakers in Los Angeles.

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How Do You Spend Your Money?

We investigate where your money goes, tonight on Open Source!

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Open Source Gets Closer to God

On the May 15 episode of Open Source, we're talking about religion.

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'Sneakerheads' Are a Cult--'Blame Michael Jordan'

Richard Torres owns a sneaker shop in East Los Angeles that was raided and robbed after a Lakers game.

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Why This Man Thinks Higher Education Leads to Conformism, Not Innovation

The 1880's to 1960's spanned the longest and most productive period of American innovation date: Cars, planes, and space.

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This Telenovela Producer Is Determined to Change the Leading Macho Man Stereotype. Will He?

But this former war correspondent turned telenovela producer is actually pretty disappointed with most of the soap operas that are featured in Mexico.

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A Man's Take on 'The Most Interesting Man in the World' and Other Ads

Roger Camp is the man behind the Brawny Paper Towel Man, Capital One's Alec Baldwin campaign, and other dude-heavy commercials.

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A Peek Inside the Harvard Innovation Lab

For now, he's putting himself to work in the Harvard Innovation lab, where tech geeks come together to create and find funding.

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Frankenstein's Man-ster: The Quest to Create the Perfect Man

To close out our show on manliness, Open Source decided to run an extremely scientific experiment to create the perfect male specimen.

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What Makes a Man?

It's a difficult question to answer, so Open Source decided to see how responses vary from nationality to nationality.

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A Visit to the Goop Pop-Up Shop in LA

Open Source producer Gisela Perez pays a visit to Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle pop-up shop in Los Angeles and becomes a reluctant goop convert.

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Searching for the Next Facebook at #TCDisrupt

Exhibitors show off their apps and devices hoping to score big with the crowd.

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South Korea: Smaller, Faster and Unique

Here to give you a little insight on the state of innovation in South Korea is Gisela Perez.

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The Power of Innovation

Americans are proud to be considered the world's innovators.

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Manliness in the 21st Century

In the 21st century, what makes a man truly manly?

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Aeroscraft: The Future of Air Transit

Aeros engineer Tim Kenny discusses new aviation technology that could be a complete game-changer for cargo transportation.

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Do Ladies Still Dig Chest Hair?

Open Source host Leon Krauze and producer Camille Santochi do some revealing interviews to find out.

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Slab City: The Last Free Place in America

Dubbed "The Last Free Place in America," Slab City is 50 miles north of the Mexico border, deep in the Southern California desert.

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Wanna Disappear? Call This Dude

Privacy expert, Frank Ahearn, explains to us how he helps people disappear and stay off the grid.

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What President Obama Can Do to Reduce Deportations

The ACLU's legislative counsel, Joanne Lin, talks about DHS enforcement review underway, and what this administration can do within it

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This Guy is Probably Stalking You Right Now

Comedian Jack Vale shows how easy it is to totally freak out strangers just by looking at their social media posts.

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What 'The Wire' Can Teach Us About Living Off the Grid

Based on the wise lessons from Omar, Cedric, and the rest of the rest of the Baltimore crew, Pearl teaches you how to make it on the streets without the heat breathing down your neck.

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Oregon's New Immigration Policy Blocks 48-Hour ICE Holds

They are behind on some states in terms of policy, but after a recent lawsuit, counties across the state are suspending 48-hour sheriffs' holds for ICE.

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Who Was D.B. Cooper? The Mystery of the Hijacker Who Escaped by Parachute

Camille Santochi traveled deep into the wilds of Washington State on the hunt for the skyjacker known only as D.B. Cooper.

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Donald Sterling's Dating Life May Be In Jeopardy

Open Source TV talked to basketball fans outside Staples Center about the future of Donald Sterling's dating life.

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Sorry Guys, But 'Game Of Thrones' Isn't as Popular as You Think

HBO bragged that the season premiere of "Game of Thrones" netted more than 6.6 million viewers.

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Fusion Confessionals: Marriage Edition

Employees in the Fusion Miami office get grilled about whether they want to get married and why.

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