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Politics Can Be (Almost) As Popular as Rock Music

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KCRW's politics show, Left, Right & Center, will be holding a live show with studio audience show on November 9th to do some post-election analysis with Arianna Huffington and others. Tickets went on sale this morning and are already sold out. See, just because everyone was watching the Dodgers game last night instead of the debate doesn't mean this is a political inclined town. Nevertheless, KCRW is quite proud of themselves: "Sia sold out in 7 minutes – Moby sold out in 6 minutes – both were KCRW Music events. Left, Right & Center – a political talk show! – sold out a 500-plus seat house in less than 5 hours!"