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Pacific Time podcast: Primary primer, summer entertainment and tech talk [Updated]

June 4, 2010 | 12:19 pm

In this week's edition of Pacific Time:

Pacific Time podcast

It's a double header.

First, in every election season, the Los Angeles Times editorial board studies the issues and offers its educated and informed recommendations. Editorial writer Robert Greene leads the endorsement process and explains some of the endorsements for the June 8 primary.

Listen here to a selection of the editorial board's recommendations.

Summer is so close you can almost feel it kissing your skin. We look at a couple of ways you might want to lose yourself in the season -- reading and at the movies. Books editor David Ulin talks about some of our picks for the 92 days of summer. And Hero Complex blogger Geoff Boucher breaks down "popcorn month" at the movies. And we also talk about what has become a June tradition in the tech world with reporter David Sarno, who will be blogging from Apple’s developers conference WWDC on Monday.

Listen to this week's episode by clicking below, or subscribe here.