Past KPCC In Person Events

The Crawford Family Forum

The Frame presents: A conversation with Center Theatre Group’s Michael Ritchie

The Center Theatre Group is now one of the largest theater organizations in the United States, but establishing Los Angeles’ cultural bona fides was no easy feat, especially in the shadows of 1960s Hollywood. More

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Milken Institute

SoCal Storylines: Housing LA’s future

As a global leader in entertainment, aerospace, international trade and higher education, Southern California enjoys an abundance of resources to aid in the region’s further development. More

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Crawford Family Forum

Fast Forward: Considered consumerism

America is a nation of stuff. In our garages. Storage units. Lurking in the back of closets. Most often from places unknown or far from California. More

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La Plaza de Cultura y Artes

Election Central: The LA election watch party

The election season is finally coming to a close, and it’s time to celebrate Angelenos’ civic engagement with an Election Day watch party. On Tuesday, November 8, KPCC In Person returns to La Plaza de Cultura y Artes – where we held our primary day #WhyIVoted party – to join Loyola Marymount University’s Center for the Study of Los Angeles for its Election Central watch party. More

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The Crawford Family Forum

California Counts: Voter cram session

Early voting has begun in California, and the thickest voter guide in state history has hit our mailboxes. More

Cerritos Public Library

District 4 runoff: An AirTalk debate

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors wields tremendous power, so the races to fill its two open seats are worth watching this November. Voters will decide who will replace Supervisors Don Knabe and Mike D. More

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Angel City Brewery

Props and Pints 2016

On November 8, Californians will vote on a whopping 17 statewide measures. Among the issues at hand: the legalization of recreational marijuana, repealing the death penalty, and banning plastic bags, just to name a few. More

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The Crawford Family Forum

District 5 runoff: An AirTalk Debate

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors wields tremendous power, so the races to fill its two open seats are worth watching this November. Voters will decide who will replace Supervisors Don Knabe and Mike D. More

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Cross Campus

Hack the Vote: Election pro tips

For many, this election season has been overwhelming, to say the least. From the presidential race to local elections, the prospect of voting in November can be daunting. In California there are three notable congressional races, 17 statewide ballot propositions and hundreds of  local races and ballot measures. More