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Photos for April 29, 2010

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A scene from Giancarlo Ruiz' short film "St. Jacques."

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Memorial Services take place for Border Patrol Agent Robert Rosas, the victim of the first fatal shooting of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in more than a decade, on July 31, 2009 in El Centro, California.

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Peabody Award-winning broadcast journalist Alison Stewart (left) and Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and Newsweek editor Jon Meacham co-anchor this weekly primetime news and public affairs series.

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Plaque honoring victims of the crash of PSA Flight 182.

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One of two I-400s under sail.

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A boat uses a protective boom to collect oil on April 28, 2010 near New Orleans, Louisiana.

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U.S. Navy personnel inspect the I-400’s huge watertight hangar. With missions to attack U.S. cities and blow up the Panama Canal, the Japanese aircraft carrier submarine had the potential to change the course of the war in the Pacific.

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Michael Clifford, educational entrepreneur with SignificantFederation LLC. Clifford, a former musician who never attended college, has amassed a fortune purchasing struggling traditional colleges and turning them into for-profit companies.

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Gloria Penner on set of "Editors at the Roundtable."

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Gloria Penner became the host for "These Days" and "Editors at the Roundtable" in the mid 1990s.

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Gloria Penner - perhaps in her "kitchen" office in 1970.

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Mt. St. Helens eruption. NOVA presents a pioneering look at the interplay between biology and geology that may help scientists predict future volcanic eruptions.

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Gloria Penner in early to mid 1980s

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Gloria Penner during live auction "Showcase" in 1987.

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Gloria Penner in 1984.

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Mt. St. Helens eruption.

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A single lupine plant was the first sign of the return of life.

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Flowering meadow at Mt. St. Helens.

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Mt. St. Helens in the morning light.

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View from the crater's rim to Spirit Lake.

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Charlie Crisafulli and Jon Major on the crater's rim.

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Aerial view of Mt. St. Helens dome.

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Mt. St. Helens and Spirit Lake in sunset light.

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Hosted by Gloria Penner, "Agenda 81" was a key program in KPBS’ coverage of local, state, and national politics.

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Gloria Penner in 1978.

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Gloria Penner in 1977.

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Gloria Penner covered many of the national political conventions for KPBS since 1976.

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Gloria Penner in 1976 headshot for KPBS.

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Gloria Penner with colleague at the 1974 local Emmys.

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Gloria's talent in front of the camera makes her a favorite pledge host - then and now.

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Gloria frequently reported from the field, wherever news happened.

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Mug shot of James Earl Ray, assassin of Martin Luther King Jr. Ray was finally arrested and taken into custody on June 8, 1968 at the Heathrow Airport in London.

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Gloria Penner with Asian artifact in 1972.

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Martin Luther King Jr. listens at a meeting of the SCLC, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, a civil rights organization formed by King after the success of the Montgomery bus boycott.

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Gloria Penner on pledge set in 1971.

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When KPBS opened the current broadcast center in 1994, it featured state-of-the-art equipment, including audio boards which allowed operators to digitally mix levels for optimum sound.

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Until recently, television programs were typically recorded from satellite feeds and later played back from tape machines such as this one. Technological advances now enable KPBS to record and broadcast programs via computerized servers.

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KPBS truck in front of original broadcast center, located in the Speech/Language Arts Building at SDSU.

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San Diego State professor Ken Jones founded KEBS September 12, 1960. Jones is among the charter members of KPBS' Hall of Fame as a Lifetime Achievement Inductee.

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Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary fame. In "The Misunderstood Epidemic: Depression," twelve Americans from all walks of life explain, in their own words, the realities of living with depression. Their compelling first-person accounts, along with engaging interviews with their family members and friends, reveal how this bio-chemical imbalance cuts across racial, ethnic and socio-economic lines.

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United Airlines and Southwest Airlines jets taxi at Los Angeles International Airport on December 21, 2009.

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