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From California, A Top Chef And A Blind Man 'Sees'

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From California, A Top Chef And A Blind Man 'Sees'

From California, A Top Chef And A Blind Man 'Sees'

From California, A Top Chef And A Blind Man 'Sees'

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Daniel Kish riding a bike in Culver City, Los Angeles, CA. Guy Raz./NPR. hide caption

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Two stories from California: a visit with Top Chef Ilan Hall and a bike ride with Daniel Kish, who uses echolocation to overcome his blindness. Plus, will the Japanese disaster have a global economic impact? Then, excerpts from 3MF and the genre-fusing rap of Lupe Fiasco.