Unheard LA is KPCC/LAist’s live storytelling series featuring authentic first-person experiences. As we take a break from the stage, we've created a series of new virtual experiences (recorded for radio broadcast) featuring Unheard LA stories and insightful conversations.
On December 9, we’ll take a deeper listen to three origin stories from Unheard LA. Alex Alpharaoh
shares his recollections of one memorable house in a childhood spent on the move. Joe Limer
says he can pack up his belongings in under an hour, the result of a peripatetic early life. And Cara Lopez Lee
recalls how a freeway changed the course of her younger years. The storytellers will join host Bruce Lemon, Jr.
and Race In LA's Dana Amihere
to unpack all of the significance of the idea of home.
As this is a very different Unheard LA season, we have a different way to get your tickets. We're happy to offer tickets on a Pay-What-You-Can model, with price points at $20, $10, $5 and Free.
Our virtual events are part of KPCC/LAist’s commitment to public service journalism and your support is essential to our existence. In an effort to continue our coverage, we are introducing a new way for you to support our virtual events with a Pay-What-You-Want ticket option. We are committed to keeping our events free to attend – there will always be a no-cost ticket option. In addition, you now have the option to purchase a ticket of $5, $10, or $20 to help power KPCC/LAist’s work and coverage.