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No Place Like LA: Brent, who hated LA since he's from SF

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| People from Northern California really like to look down on SoCal. Until they come to live here.

No Place Like LA: Michelle is a prodigal Angeleno

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No Place Like L.A. is our new series that asks L.A. transplants and immigrants: "When was the moment you felt that Los Angeles was truly home?"

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No Place Like LA: Ellen does NOT like snow

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There's a reason people love L.A. for the sun.

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No Place Like LA: Cynthia found her voice and community in Los Angeles

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No Place Like L.A. is our series that asks L.A. transplants and immigrants: "When was the moment you felt that Los Angeles was truly home?"

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No Place Like LA: David and the weirdos of Long Beach

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David never felt at home being the outcast in Kansas. But amid all the weirdos in Southern California, he felt normal.

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No Place Like LA: What death taught Vivienne about life and LA

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Vivienne didn't think there was much "community" in Los Angeles. But she saw a vibrant one that surrounded the death of her dear friend, Fred.

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No Place Like LA: Hate traffic? It makes Polly feel at home

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To KPCC listener Polly Morris, the open spaces of Arizona had nothing on the traffic - and vibrant life - of L.A.

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No Place Like LA: Travis, and the Jennifer/Genaphyr at Starbucks

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"I came out here and I got to create who I was. I got to write my own 'name' how I wanted to write it. We're all misfits."

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