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Past KPCC In Person Events

The Future Of Local News (Part 1)

KPCC and USC Annenberg are teaming up to present #FutureOfLocalNews, a virtual discussion series designed to explore strategies for ensuring a sustainable and inclusive future for local news in Southern California. In partnership with academic and industry experts, the series will assess the changing news landscape across communities and “news deserts” as well as innovative approaches, collaborations, business models and strategies for deepening public engagement.

Unheard LA - A Deeper Listen (Part 3)

On Thursday, July 30, we put the stories of Taz Ahmed, October B.L.U., and Matthew Cuban Hernandez centerstage once again (this time virtually) as they shared their personal and authentic accounts of life here in Southern California. Dana Amihere, co-editor and developer of Race In LA, also joined us for a live conversation.

Unheard LA - A Deeper Listen (Part 2)

Online On Thursday, July 23, we put the stories of Cheryl Farrell, Aeden K, and Steady’s Eddy M Gana, Jr. and Stephanie Sajor center stage once again (this time virtually) as they shared their personal and authentic accounts of life here in Southern California. Dana Amihere, co-editor and developer of Race In L.A., also joined us for a live conversation.

Unheard LA - A Deeper Listen (Part 1)

Online On Thursday, July 16, we put the stories of Candace Nicholas-Lippman, Dante Mitchell, and Janae Williams center stage once again (this time virtually) as they shared their personal and authentic accounts of life here in Southern California. Dana Amihere, co-editor and developer of Race In LA also joined us for a live conversation.

No-Panic Guide Live: Social Contracts

Staying safe at home can cause tension between families and roommates over degrees of adherence to social distancing guidelines. With some states beginning to allow businesses to reopen, coming to a clear understanding of boundaries is more important than ever.

Unwind Live: Go Fact Yourself

In the mood for some schadenfreude? Tune in at 5 p.m. for a special first-time-ever live video edition of “Go Fact Yourself,” the hit quiz show podcast that makes smart celebrities look dumb….and then smart again!

Unwind Live: Book Club

KPCC In Person hosts the first meeting of our physically-distanced Book Club. We'll be discussing “Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine," and taking your questions and comments live. Read the book, and let’s chat!

No-Panic Guide Live: Unemployment

With record numbers of Californians filing new unemployment claims every week, phone lines and websites are getting overwhelmed. What’s the best way to get your claim processed and what does the federal coronavirus aid package mean for you?

Unwind Live: Lulu Miller and Erica Williams Simon

“Invisibilia” cofounder and NPR science reporter Lulu Miller and Erica Williams Simon, the former head of Creator’s Lab at Snapchat, get together for a discussion about writing, a shared love of public media, and what they’re doing while safe at home.

Unwind Live: Drew Carey

Tune in as our public radio pal Rico Gagliano checks in with comedian Drew Carey to see how he’s coping and what surprising activities are keeping him busy around the house.