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California Drought, Saxophone Legend Sonny Rollins, And How Not To Get Your Big Break

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California Drought, Saxophone Legend Sonny Rollins, And How Not To Get Your Big Break

California Drought, Saxophone Legend Sonny Rollins, And How Not To Get Your Big Break

California Drought, Saxophone Legend Sonny Rollins, And How Not To Get Your Big Break

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Because of the dry conditions, the Angeles National Forest in Southern California is experiencing "very high" fire danger. Tom Dreisbach/NPR hide caption

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Because of the dry conditions, the Angeles National Forest in Southern California is experiencing "very high" fire danger.

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In this week's podcast, California's drought has wildland firefighters, experts and residents on edge. Plus, jazz legend Sonny Rollins and the not-so-big break of comedian Kurt Braunohler.

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