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Past KPCC In Person Events

NORCO 80: The Aftermath - Survivalism

Online Join LAist Studios Executive Producer and Norco 80 podcast host Antonia Cereijido and special guests on May 13 for an in-depth look at survivalism and preppers, past and present.

Combating Anti-Asian Hate

Online We hosted a membership event on April 29, focused on Combating Anti-Asian Hate. Watch the archive video here.

Cómo Empezar Una Nueva Carrera: Un Evento Virtual De College Pathways

Online El 28 de abril, la reportera de KPCC/LAist Jill Replogle, enfocada en trayectorias hacia la educación universitaria, moderará una sesión de preguntas y respuestas con expertos en el empleo y la educación superior para contestar tus preguntas en vivo.

How To Start A New Career: A College Pathways Virtual Event

Online On April 28, KPCC/LAist College Pathways Reporter Jill Replogle will host a Q&A session with higher education and employment experts to answer your questions live.

AirTalk’s FilmWeek: 2021 Oscar Preview

Online Even a pandemic can’t stop FilmWeek’s annual Oscar preview show. This year, we’re going virtual! And you’re invited. Join host Larry Mantle and KPCC’s FilmWeek critics for the 19th annual event right from the comfort of your own home.

TV Pilot Club (The Office) - An LAist Virtual Event

Online On April 13, grab your World’s Best Boss mug and join LAist’s Mike Roe and special guests for a look back on all the moments that made The Office a hit.

TV Pilot Club (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) - An LAist Virtual Event

Online Kick It With Us To Revisit The Very First 'Fresh Prince' Episode

FilmWeek & Chill: 'The Incredibles'

Online Join Larry Mantle and special guests to discuss "The Incredibles".

TV Pilot Club (Friends) - An LAist Virtual Event

Online 'The One Where It Began' -- Help Us Revisit The Very First 'Friends' Episode

2020 Is Fired. So Send Us Something To Burn.

Online As 2020 winds down, your friends at KPCC/LAist are thinking about the things we're grateful for, the things that could have gone better, and the things we'd like to forget entirely.