Lori Galarreta KPCC contributing producer
Stories by Lori Galarreta
The library is offering a free beginner's DJ course for young adults. Led by L.A. native DJ Lynée Denise, the course meets every Friday and runs through April 21.
"I had to jump over those obstacles...if you don't help yourself, nobody is gonna help you," one woman's struggle to bring her parents back.
In honor of Lent's halfway point, the 40-day religious period that runs from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday, listeners reflected on what it means to them.
The civil rights movement helped African Americans and Latinos shape new identities in the '60s. Now, one exhibit is shining a light on the Asian American movement.
Some say elections keep sheriffs accountable to the public while others argue too much sway from public opinion is bad for law enforcement.
Every Saturday, from the basement of a Santa Ana church, 61-year-old David Vazquez teaches the language of Nahuatl, historically known as Aztec.
The iconic Nokia 3310 is fondly referred to as the indestructible phone with a battery that just wouldn't quit. Well, now it's back. Can it be successful?
Only about seven months left until the host city for the 2024 Games is announced. Casey Wasserman, chair of LA2024, breaks down what's going on with L.A.'s bid.
Our series of interviews with Oscar nominated shorts continues.
What's the price of being stuck in traffic? A new study breaks down Los Angeles gridlock by the numbers.
"...behind that uniform or behind that job maybe there is something special, there is beauty or a nobel prize behind that. Maybe that's the idea behind Timecode."
"I was hoping that they would understand on a human level...and maybe change the way they see things and the way they look at those foreigners..."
"It would be nice if we could all come together in solidarity with the weaker members of a group and stand up for everyone and fight injustice that way."
This week we look at all of the Oscar nominated live action shorts. We kick of with "La Femme et le TGV" a story that explores loneliness and human connections.
"Atmospheric River" storm hits LA. Take Two presents tips for Duarte evacuees, driving on wet roads, and wisdom from a rainy weather native.