Rising Rental Prices, Young Dads In L.A., Songwriter Fuses Music And Comedy

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Members of the L.A. Fathers Program practice a role-playing exercise — standing on chairs and yelling to see what it feels like when an adult yells at a child. i

Members of the L.A. Fathers Program practice a role-playing exercise — standing on chairs and yelling to see what it feels like when an adult yells at a child. Courtesy L.A. Fathers Program hide caption

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Members of the L.A. Fathers Program practice a role-playing exercise — standing on chairs and yelling to see what it feels like when an adult yells at a child.

Members of the L.A. Fathers Program practice a role-playing exercise — standing on chairs and yelling to see what it feels like when an adult yells at a child.

Courtesy L.A. Fathers Program

Exploring the trend of high rental rates in the United States, a program that helps young fathers facing the challenges of parenthood, Karen Kilgariff gets laughs with music in her new album.

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