Elizabeth Muñoz Digital Apprentice News Clerk
Elizabeth Muñoz is an apprentice news clerk with KPCC’s digital news team.
Before joining KPCC, Elizabeth worked as a freelance writer for Time Out Los Angeles covering the L.A. lifestyle.
Her journalism career began during her freshman year of college, and she has since traveled to Guatemala and Philadelphia as a reporter. She has a bachelor’s in journalism from Cal State Fullerton and wrote for the campus newspaper and magazine while in school.
A SoCal native, Elizabeth lives in Lincoln Heights.
Stories by Elizabeth Muñoz
Give April a fitting farewell with a trip to your favorite independent bookstore, an insanely sweet desert tasting and more. Cheers to the weekend!
More than any other demographic, millennials tend to believe that another riot is likely to happen in the next five years — according to a new survey.
In modern-day Southern California, the historical events that resulted in the loss of 1.5 million Armenian lives continue to resonate among the community.
For the second weekend in a row, hordes of Southern Californians will be in the desert, so take advantage of the smaller crowds at other shindigs. See our full roundup.
The three-hour delay will be eliminated for the first time since the debut of "Saturday Night Live" in 1975, giving Californians the same privilege that East Coast viewers have enjoyed for decades.
Sure, that big music festival in the desert is a thing, but here are some alternatives — including plenty of egg-cellent bashes, a screening of Bugs Bunny cartoons and more.
An assemblyman introduced legislation last week that would appoint Augustynolophus morissi, a duck-billed dinosaur that roamed throughout central California 66 million years ago, as the state-wide prehistoric mascot.
Choose from a day at the beach with a hoard of corgis, an alternative music festival and more. Whatever you decide to do, your wallet will sure thank you.
After being threatened of eviction, L.A.'s "gangsta gardener" and community members are banding together to raise $500,000 to keep the urban garden alive.
Usher in April by visiting a cult cinematic film exhibit, participating in a mass pillow fight, or joining in a run by the beach with cannabis-loving athletes — your choice.
After three days of rigorous academic testing at the California Academic Decathlon, the team won their school's sixth state title — and more. “It’s helped me realize who I am and what I value,” one student said.
From a day with peacocks to an interactive science expo, there's something happening to satisfy every Angeleno's niche interests.
If you don't plan on trekking 26 miles on foot, choose from sipping on green beer, getting personal with the city's wild side or digging into some pie.
Yet another positive effect of the wettest winter California has seen in years has manifested: super blooms of wildflowers.
Looks like the heat is here to stay for a while — so lather on that SPF and take advantage at an outdoor color festival, a kite-flying jamboree or a book fiesta in the park.