Past Crawford Family Forum Events

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The Crawford Family Forum

Uncovering the campaign: What the media missed in the 2014 elections

CFF hosts The Greater LA Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists for a panel discussion, "Uncovering the Campaign: What the Media Missed in the 2014 Elections.” More

Alex Cohen


KPCC presents 'Take Two Turns Two'

KPCC’s award-winning morning newsmagazine show is celebrating two successful years on air with a birthday bash featuring some favorite celebrity guests. More

Hosted by The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles

KPCC & USC present CA’s 33rd Congressional debate with Elan Carr and Ted Lieu

Join us on Wednesday, October 22nd when Ted Lieu and Elan Carr face off in one of their last debates before the November 4th election More


3 Square Cafe and Bakery

What's bringing you to the polls? Tell KPCC in Venice Wednesday

Will you vote on Election Day? What do you want to tell the candidates? Tell KPCC at 3 Square Bakery and Cafe in Abbot Kinney Wednesday. More

KPCCRadio (via YouTube)

The Crawford Family Forum

NEXT: the creative curiosity of the scientist–artist

We explore the unbreakable connection between artistic expression and research in this edition of our science series, NEXT: People | Science | Tomorrow. More

Photo Courtesy of MAKERS

The Crawford Family Forum

Community Cinema: 'MAKERS: Women in Space'

A screening of an installment of the PBS documentary series MAKERS, focusing on the history of women pioneers in the U.S. space program. A conversation will follow, moderated by Joanne Griffith. More

KPCCRadio (via YouTube)

The Crawford Family Forum

Planetary Radio Live: MAVEN orbiter meets the Mars atmosphere

MAVEN, a new Mars orbiter just entered the upper atmosphere of the Red Planet, and we were there to watch the whole thing! More

KPCCRadio (via YouTube)

The Crawford Family Forum

Psychedelic Science: Can psychedelics lose their stigma and become viable treatment options?

Stephanie O’Neill explores the promise of current research on the therapeutic potential of illegal "psychedelic" drugs. More

Bill Youngblood/ KPCC Southern California Public Radio

Beckman Auditorium

Science Friday Live: Science and the silver screen

Join Ira Flatow and KPCC's own Sanden Totten for a thought-provoking evening of science news and entertainment More

KPCCRadio (via YouTube)

Milken Institute

Panel: 9 ways Southern California could reduce its water use

As the state endures one of the worst droughts in recorded history, SoCal residents are looking for answers about the sustainability of the region’s water supplies. More