Angel Carreras

2022 KCRW Radio Race winner

Angel Carreras on KCRW

In their KCRW Radio Race story “Heaven by the Highway,” Angel Carreras and Nisha Venkat tell the story of a hidden hideaway.

Heaven by the highway: Community meets nature at hidden LA garden

In their KCRW Radio Race story “Heaven by the Highway,” Angel Carreras and Nisha Venkat tell the story of a hidden hideaway.

from Greater LA

Little Tokyo Table Tennis, founded a year ago, has brought together people from all walks of life: Gen-Z kids with nose piercings, a man sweating in Gucci, a nurse in scrubs, and more.

Little Tokyo Table Tennis unites the young, the old, the fashionistas

Little Tokyo Table Tennis, founded a year ago, has brought together people from all walks of life: Gen-Z kids with nose piercings, a man sweating in Gucci, a nurse in scrubs, and more.

from Greater LA

A multi-million dollar grant will expand Judy Baca’s iconic mural called “The Great Wall of Los Angeles” and invest in the area surrounding it.

With $5 million grant, Judy Baca’s ‘The Great Wall of LA’ mural will grow from 2700 feet to 1 mile

A multi-million dollar grant will expand Judy Baca’s iconic mural called “The Great Wall of Los Angeles” and invest in the area surrounding it.

from Greater LA

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