We want to hear from you about your summer vacation plans in this current economic downturn—whether you’re going far away or staying to close to home. Also, a look at the decision to lift the stay on Judge Vaughn Walker's Prop 8 ruling. Then, we'll look at the life of influential art dealer Leo Castelli. Also, filmmaker Micki Dickoff talks about her documentary “Neshoba,” about one of the most important events of the civil rights movement: when three men were killed by the Klan in 1964. We’ll be joined by Ben Chaney, the brother of one of the victims. Plus, our latest Please Explain is all about caffeine!