Tyler Boudreaux

KCRW Staff

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During the LA Times’ Festival of Books, KCRW & 826LA joined together to find out what festival attendees appreciate about their neighborhoods, and what they’d like to improve.

What would you change about your neighborhood?

During the LA Times’ Festival of Books, KCRW & 826LA joined together to find out what festival attendees appreciate about their neighborhoods, and what they’d like to improve.

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Meet Leonard! He joined the team as a bright-eyed Santa Monica College intern this past fall, and ever since has been steadily on a rise of growing into the KCRW family!

KCRW's March Volunteer of the Month

Meet Leonard! He joined the team as a bright-eyed Santa Monica College intern this past fall, and ever since has been steadily on a rise of growing into the KCRW family!

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Meet Brittney Portlock!

KCRW's February Volunteer of the Month

Meet Brittney Portlock!

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