How 3 ex-Angelenos moved closer to their roots during COVID

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Ana Sheila Victorino traded in a fast-paced LA life for a soul-affirming experience in her hometown of Coyoacán, an area within Mexico City. Photo courtesy of Ana Sheila Victorino.

Thousands of Californians left the state during the COVID pandemic. KCRW hears from three ex-Angelenos who moved away to get closer to their families.

Loren Miller was one of the nation's most prominent civil rights lawyers. Now his home in Silver Lake has been tapped to become a historic city landmark. 

Gustavo Santaolalla reflects on his eclectic career of playing latin folk rock during Argentina’s “Dirty War,” to punk/new wave music in Los Angeles, to winning Oscars for his film scores.