KPCC’s forum programs, live events and community engagement team bringing unique and relevant face-to-face programming to the region.

Past KPCC In Person Events

Unheard LA Salon: Central Library

Central Library, Meeting Room B The stacks at the L.A. Public Library’s central library contain more than 2.8 million books, but the stories we’ll be most interested in checking out when we visit Saturday, August 17, are yours.

‘Off My Head Storytelling’ Special Edition – Presented By Unheard LA

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Unheard LA Salon: Claremont Helen Renwick Library

Claremont Helen Renwick Library Unheard LA — KPCC In Person’s live community-centered storytelling series — returns this fall. The series is a celebration of the diversity and complexities of the region, which we explore one story at a time.

Unheard LA Salon: Northridge Branch Library

Northridge Branch Library KPCC In Person’s community-centered storytelling series Unheard LA is an exploration of our region – one story at a time. That means we’re interested in hearing from everybody in Southern California, from the coast to desert, the valleys or the mountains.

FilmWeek Screenings: ‘Boogie Nights’ — Selected And Hosted By Larry Mantle

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‘Letters To Our City’ – Presented By Unheard LA

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‘AirTalk’ Live – One Small Step, 50 Years Later

The Crawford Family Forum Fifty years ago, on July 20, 1969, more than 600 million people worldwide tuned in to watch astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin become the first humans to set foot on the moon.

Unheard LA Salon: Torrance Cultural Arts Center

Torrance Cultural Arts Center Unheard LA is a celebration of storytelling, community, and connection in this complicated and nuanced place we call home. As the KPCC In Person team prepares for our next set of live storytelling shows, we’re inviting you to share your story.

‘Nancy’ LIVE Presented By KPCC In Person

Dynasty Typewriter At The Hayworth BFFs Kathy Tu and Tobin Low share stories and conversations about the LGBTQ experience on their podcast “Nancy” from WNYC Studios, named a top podcast by Entertainment Weekly and TIME and hailed by Vice as “a gentle investigation into the courage it takes to live outside social norms.”

Universal Health Care: Exploring The Path Ahead

Tateuchi Democracy Forum Thank you to everyone who voted on the central focus of our health care event. The results are in, and the winner is: What would it take to create a universal access health system in terms of money, time, and a sufficient number of health care providers?