Connie Alvarez

Communications Director

KCRW Staff/Producer

Connie Alvarez is KCRW Communications Director; former Director of Volunteer Services and former producer of Bookworm and Good Food.

 

Connie Alvarez on KCRW

The year was 1988 and we were watching the Miss USA beauty pageant on our one TV in our living room. It was the culmination of a long journey for the Magaña girl.

Meet Diana Magaña, the face that launched a million tortillas

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KCRW is proud to present Pop-Up Magazine, the acclaimed live magazine's first-ever online show — the    Spring Issue: At Home on Wednesday, May 27 at 6:00 p.m. PST .

KCRW presents Pop-Up Magazine: At Home

KCRW is proud to present Pop-Up Magazine, the acclaimed live magazine's first-ever online show — the   Spring Issue: At Home on Wednesday, May 27 at 6:00 p.m. PST .

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A  Tortilla Tournament  judge recalls  recalls her dad's unique approach to food and childcare.

A baby finds independence, bowls of beans and a warm tortilla

A Tortilla Tournament judge recalls  recalls her dad's unique approach to food and childcare.

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